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I’m interested in being a client at Kenton Women’s Village. Who do I contact?

Please contact Amanda Perrault at (503) 929-6686 or aperrault@ccoregon.org to discuss your needs.

I’m an interested community member or member of the media. How do I visit Kenton Women’s Village?

Kenton Women’s Village is a private community for fifteen women (limited capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic). Many community partners and volunteers worked to make the Village a reality, and have contributed time or talent or financial support to this important and innovative project.

In an effort to protect the privacy and preserve the village as a home, outside visitation is limited. Please call (971) 222-1880 to inquire.

How do I volunteer with Kenton Women’s Village?

You can learn more about our volunteer opportunities here.

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