For over 40 years, Raphael House has helped survivors of domestic violence and their families find safety, hope, and independence. Since opening their doors in 1977, they have provided uninterrupted access to emergency shelter in a confidential location, and they proudly offer trauma-informed, survivor-centered, and culturally responsive services. They serve a diverse community of adults and children primarily from the Portland metro area regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigration status, primary language, or sexuality. Raphael House’s programs continue to evolve to meet the changing needs of survivors and our community in creative and innovative ways. Today, they offer an array of programs that help survivors achieve permanent housing, employment, and stability and bring us closer to our vision for a world without domestic violence.