About US


At Marta’s House, we strive to ensure that every person has the basic human right to live in safety. We work to provide access to safety for all people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and stalking.  As advocates, our goal is to support our clients in each of their unique journeys.  
We’re proud to have been serving people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and stalking in Klamath County for over 30 years. 


How We're Helping

We work to support victims in accessing safety. We offer shelter, hospital support, DHS advocacy, support groups, as well as assistance with protection orders and court support. Marta’s House also offers educational opportunities and coordinates the Klamath County Trafficking Task Force.


Want to Get Involved?

Are you passionate about helping those affected by intimate partner and sexual violence? We have plenty of projects  that  rely on student and community volunteers. We’ll be excited to have you join the team- let us know! 


Help Us End the Cycle of Violence!

Whether you help through donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, Thank You. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the support of our community and supporters like you! 

Donate Now

Your generous gift is tax deductible & will help those affected by domestic & sexual violence. Together, we can make a difference.  

501c3 since 1978.

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Get in touch

24 Hour Crisis Line (541) 884-0390

24 Hour Rape Hotline (541) 883-7273

Business Line (541) 850-8939

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

All Marta's House services & programs are provided at no cost for the participant.  Our agency is not reimbursed by Federal, State or Local or County dollars to provide emergency shelter, support groups, assistance with financial emergency needs and 24 hours crisis hotlines.  We are a United Way Participating Agency.

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