Disability Awareness Resource Team (DART)
DART helps people with disabilities who have survived sexual assault, domestic violence, caregiver abuse, and other forms of victimization with:
- individual assessment and action planning
access to group and individual counseling
personal and system advocacy
Project DART is a program of HASL Center for Independent Living serving the greater Portland area. DART is a community-based organization founded by Elizabeth McNeff which became a part of the HASL Service in October 2015. Located at the Gateway Center at 10305 E. Burnside St. in Portland, DART brings advocates and volunteers together to provide direct services to people with disabilities in the Portland Tri-county area. DART is funded by various federal and local grants including Victims of Crime Act and Violence Against Women funding.
To access services in the Portland Metro Area, call 1-503-988-6481 ext. 86481. You may also access their website or by calling Patricia Alvarez at HASL.