Yes, but only if you "voluntarily left work with good cause." The Oregon Supreme Court discusses this issue in McDowell v. Employment Department.
For a voluntary quit, the focus is on whether the claimant left work with good cause. Under OAR 471-030-0038(4), "[g]ood cause for voluntarily leaving work under ORS 657.176(2)(c) is such that a reasonable and prudent person of normal sensitivity, exercising ordinary common sense, would leave work. * * * [F]or all individuals, the reason must be of such gravity that the individual has no reasonable alternative but to leave work." Thus, good cause under the rule is an objective standard that asks whether a "reasonable and prudent person" would consider the situation so grave that he or she had no reasonable alternative to quitting.
You should contact an attorney and speak with them about your decision to quit.