Healing Roots

Our Healing Roots Program has been in operation since 2006. It offers survivors a safe space to access resources that promote healing and connection. Staff who work within this program share identities and lived experience with the participants they serve. Advocates understand how their unique history has shaped their community and shape their support accordingly.

Services include:

  • Individualized Advocacy: One-on-one support for survivors to create individual safety plans and begin their healing journey. Advocates help survivors access necessary resources.
  • Support Groups: Culturally specific, topic-based support groups that explore domestic violence, healthy relationships, and healing from trauma. Safe space for Black and African American survivors to share and learn from one another.
  • Family Support: Advocates provide one-on-one support to help survivors and their children learn, grow, and heal together. We also connect survivors with local resources to help them and their loved ones thrive.

If you are interested in learning more about our Healing Roots Program, please email healingroots@bradleyangle.org


Kinship Youth Support

Our Kinship Program was launched in September 2020 to address the impact of intergenerational trauma experienced by the children of our Healing Roots participants. We help kids strengthen community bonds through peer support groups, family field trips, and culturally specific mentorship opportunities.  

If you are interested in learning more about our Kinship Program, please email kinship@bradleyangle.org


Healing Roots is supported by grants from the RWN Foundation, Collins Foundation, Oregon Community Foundation, Spirit Mountain Community Fund, and Black United Fund of Oregon.

The Kinship Program is funded by a grant from the Family & Youth Services Bureau. It also receives support from the Nike Community Impact Fund, Pacific Power Foundation, and the Portlandia Club.