Supporting Survivors

This April, the Washington County District Attorney's Office is joining our community and law enforcement partners to honor Child Abuse Prevention Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.

We’ve worked with our colleagues to develop a number of events throughout the month to show support for crime victims and to assure them that help is available. Please review our calendar to see all the events taking place during April.

Honoring Child Abuse Prevention Month

Join the Washington County Child Abuse MDT as leaders from the District Attorney’s Office, Sheriff’s Office, CARES NW, and the Family Justice Center plant a pinwheel garden to raise awareness of child abuse and neglect. This community event will take place at 1:00 pm. on April 20 on the courthouse lawn located at NE 2nd and Lincoln in downtown Hillsboro.

On April 26, 2022, an expert with CARES Northwest will conduct a child abuse training focused on preventing childhood neglect. 

Please view our planting of the Pinwheels for Prevention garden in 2022. 

Community Open House and Survivor Art Gallery Hosted by the Family Justice Center of Washington County

The FJC is a collaboration of 15 agencies in a single center offering wrap-around services to provide safety, healing, and hope to anyone impacted by violence and abuse. In partnership with the Sexual Assault Resource Center, this open house, taking place April 24 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., will feature a survivor artwork gallery, children's artwork display, guest speakers, music and refreshments, and a tour with community providers. Space is limited, please RSVP.

The Beaverton Police Department produced this video in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 

National Crime Victims' Rights Week Community Roundtable

Join us for a virtual community roundtable discussion focused on equity and access to support services hosted by the African Youth Community Organization.That training will take place April 28 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. It is available to the public and will be streamed live via the Washington County District Attorney's Office Facebook page.

Honoring National Crime Victims' Rights Week