The Women's Health Program in the Oregon Public Health Division supports sexual violence prevention in Oregon by:
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call your local emergency phone number. In most communities you should dial 911.
Sexual and Domestic Violence Services
Sexual Violence Prevention Resources
Rape Prevention and Education Program (RPE)
- The RPE Program was established by the federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) of 1994.
- Oregon is one of 59 state and territories to receive RPE funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- The Women's Health Program administers RPE funding via a five-year contract (2004 – 2009) with the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force.
- The Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force coordinates statewide prevention efforts and subcontracts the majority of RPE funds to nonprofit anti-sexual violence programs to prevent sexual violence locally.
- Fourteen local RPE-funded projects address root causes of sexual violence with multi-session, research-based, educational presentations in schools and organizing to increase community ownership over sexual violence prevention.
Making Sense of National and State Sexual Violence Data
Presented Friday, October 22, 2010