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Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services

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The Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services is an easily accessible, safe, welcoming and secure environment that makes it easier for victims of domestic violence and their children to receive a variety of services under one roof, helping to ensure their safety and addressing their long-term needs. 


On site services include:

  • Crisis intervention  and safety planning;
  • Domestic violence needs assessment and advocacy;
  • Restraining order applications via remote video technology
  • Department of Human Services self-sufficiency services;
  • Access to specially trained Portland Police officers;
  • Prosecution services and support;
  • Alcohol/drug and mental health assessment services;
  • Civil legal assistance;
  • Children and teen support services; and
  • Services for victims of human trafficking.


The Gateway Center is located at 10305 East Burnside in Portland, and is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM.  Fore more information about the Center please go to their website, or call (503) 988-6400.



 City Commissioner Dan Saltzman and then County Commissioner Jeff Cogen took the lead to gain support to implement the findings of the DV One-Stop Feasibility Study completed in 2008.  The feasibility study gauged a very high community need for such a center. The Commissioners convened an Implementation Planning Task Force of local domestic violence service experts to guide the development of program plans, budgets, oversight structure, and operating agreements.


To read the Feasibility Study click here.


The Gateway Center policy and practices are overseen by a multi-disciplinary advisory council. Advisory Council members include:

  • Dan Saltzman, Portland City Commissioner

  • Jeff Cogen, Multnomah County Chair

  • Rod Underhill, Multnomah County District Attorney

  • Chiquita Rollins, Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinator

  • Tawna Sanchez, Native American Youth and Family Center

  • Kris Billhardt, Volunteers of America, Home Free Program

  • Teri Doyle, Domestic Violence survivor

  • Donna Henderson, City of Portland Police Bureau

  • Eric Brown, YWCA  

  • Carol Lamon, Department Human Services 

  • Gloria Wiggins, Catholic Charities/El Programa Hispano 

  • The Honorable Maureen McKinght, Multnomah County Circuit Court 

  • Leslie Kay, Legal Aid Service of Oregon


City/County Staff:

  • Martha Strawn Morris, Director, Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services

  • Shannon Callahan, Dan Saltzman's Office

  • Karol Collymore, Jeff Cogen's Office