Bradley Angle was founded in 1975, by women who had enough violence for a lifetime and were ready to change their lives. Named for Sharon Bradley and Pam Angle, who died from the violence of living on the streets in Portland, Oregon, Bradley Angle was the first domestic violence shelter on the West Coast. Today we provide a continuum of domestic violence and sexual assault support services for survivors and their children. We serve individuals and families of all backgrounds, cultures, ages, and sexual orientations. Through all Bradley Angle programs, we continue to plant the seeds of social change. Our dream is to end sexual and domestic violence in all its forms. Mission The Bradley Angle mission is to offer survivors of domestic and sexual violence options for safety, empowerment, healing and hope, while collaborating with our communities to create social change.
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