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WSCADV (WA State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (206)-389-2515
They offer education, policy, outreach, research and collaborate with over 70 organizations within WA.
They provide a women’s day center, emergency shelter, rental assistance and health services. Partnered with BIPOC led organizations to address systemic racism.
Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence 206-568-5454
They develop training and cross training programs for advocates, legislation and policies towards gender-based violence. They equips survivors with resources and tools with an emphasis towards the LGBTQ community.
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
They provide critical and comprehensive support to those who have experienced sexual assault. This includes education, outreach services and therapy for those 6 and up. There may be a cost for therapy.
Office – 425-226 5062
24/7 Resource Line – 888.998.6423
DAWN offers 24-hour advocacy and support, confidential emergency shelter, mental health programs, support groups, legal advocacy, and youth prevention.
New Beginning 206-522-9472
Anyone who is experiencing domestic violence is
eligible. No immigration status is needed.
They can provide flexible funding to
help you stay in your secure home
or transfer to new accommodation
by covering back rent, relocation
charges, move-in costs, utilities,
and other expenditures that may
assist you in obtaining or
24/7 one-on-one advocacy and support.
24-Hour Helpline: 425-746-1940
Anyone who is expressing domestic violence is
eligible. No immigration status is needed.
By offering one-on-one advocacy
and support, they work
each day to ensure
the safety and enduring
independence of every
survivor who walks
through their doors.
Purple Light Nights 253-480-2411
Taskforce in providing awareness and education to the community about domestic violence. Provides referrals for services to victims and their families.
The NW Network 206-568-7777
Offers advocacy based counseling, safety and support planning, legal assistance, and additional resources and referals for those of LGBTQ community. Services are free and confidential.
Consejo Counseling and Referral 206-461-4880
Provides outreach prevention and intervention services in a culturally competent environment for Latino survivors. Can assist with personalized safety plans, crisis emergency intervention, counseling and education on the dynamics of abusive relationships. Specializes in immigrant survivors and cultural barriers. Has services available for both domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.
The Vashon DOVE Project
24/7 National Hotline: (800) 799-7233
Offers a range of advocacy services, prevention education and training and community outreach/.
Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network (WARN) 206-245-0782
Case management for safe housing, food, immigration and legal services. Medical and mental health treatment available as well as education and training programs.
The Lantern Project
National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
The Lantern Project aims to end sexual
exploitation in our communities by
changing culture through prevention,
intervention, and transformation.
We envision a world where
nobody is exploited for sex.
Real Escape From The Sex Trade (REST) 206-451-7378
Support and housing available for individuals in the sex trade. Counseling services and workshops are available. Services available for all individuals who participate in sex work (stripping, prostitution, bikini barista).
Individualized advocacy based counseling and support. Resources and educational materials available for congregational members who are victims and survivors of violence or those who behave violently.
Harborview Abuse and Trauma Center 206.744.1600
24/7 availability of care for sexual assault through the Harborview ED as well as 24/7 access to medical forensic consultation on sexual assault and child abuse. Scheduled non-acute child sexual abuse exams and ED follow up appointments in our clinic. Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program where patients can receive expert medical forensic and psychosocial care at the UW Medicine location of choice.
Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Service (ADWAS) 206-812-1001
24-hour domestic violence and sexual violence crisis line is available for those who live in Snohomish, King, and Pierce Counties. Use videophone to call this number (206) 812-1001 anytime. If using a voice phone, you will be connected to an interpreter for duration of the phone call.
Project DVORA Domestic Violence Services 206-461-3240
Project DVORA works with survivors of gender-based violence, including domestic violence and sexual assault. We help survivors who are currently involved in an abusive relationship, actively exiting an abusive relationship, or still experiencing abuse from a previous relationship (for example, co-parenting with an ex-partner). Survivors can click the “Get Help” button below to reach out to us. If it is safer for you to call an advocate, you can leave a voicemail anytime at (206) 861-3159. We do our best to reply to voicemails and online submissions within 48-72 hours (during business days). Our DV advocates are available for live phone calls on Wednesdays from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Refugee Women’s Alliance 1-888-847-7205
Comprehensive support available in 17 languages, legal services, safety shelters, community education and outreach. Consultation with service providers and law enforcement, mental health counseling and referrals. After-hour helpline in 7 different languages.
API Chaya 206-467-9976
API Chaya empowers survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking to gain safety, connection, and wellness. We build power by educating and mobilizing South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and all immigrant communities to end exploitation, creating a world where all people can heal and thrive.
Northwest Family Life Learning and Counseling Center (Penny’s Place) 866-427-4747
A therapeutic transitional safe housing for women and children in a supportaive community addressing domestic violence and trafficking. Can provide counseling, training and additional resources including housing up to eight women and children at a time. Domestic violence treatment intervention is available that meets WAC 388-60 guidelines (currently not accepting new patients).
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County 425-252-2873
Provides emergency shelter, supportive housing, legal advocacy, and prevention education
Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse 425-252-4800
Offers advocacy for abuse and assault victims, forensic medical exams,
and therapy for adults ages 22 and over.
YMCA Snohomish County 206-461-4888
Provides community resource center, emergency shelter, housing programs, teen advocacy and legal assistance are all available.
Victim Support Services 360-716-4100
Provides crisis intervention, transitional housing services, legal advocacy and survivor support planning.
Monroe Gospel Mission 360-863-9003
90-day emergency shelter for women. Resources available for mental health, disabilities, addiction and employment. Christian based to address homelessness, addiction and domestic violence.
Peoria Home 206-486-7086
Sanctuary and support for female victims of trafficking, addiction and prostitution. Offers mental health counseling, recovery services and shelter.
Snohomish County Task Force for Anti-Trafficking (STAR) 425-365-1159
Provides a coalition between agencies and businesses working to combat sex trafficking.
Snohomish County Special Investigations Unit 425-388-3411
The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) is responsible for investigating crimes against children and victims of sexual assault. Assist with gathering physical evidence, reporting and linking victims to appropriate resources and advocacy programs.
Planned Parenthood 1-800-769-0045
Education and sexual health support services. Can offer STI testing, relationship counseling, and pregnancy or abortion services.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest 425-355-6005
Specializes in trauma informed care. Can assist with mental health support, housing, basic necessities, medical care, a community resources
United Way of Snohomish County (425) 374-5500
Provides free and
support groups for victims and survivors of domestic violence.
YWCA Pierce County 253-383-2593
Provides A community resource center, emergency shelter, housing program, teen advocacy and legal services.
Rebuilding Hope 1-800-756-7273
Offers support services and therapy to those affected by sexual assault. The provide education and advocacy to survivors and their families. Provides STEP program for victims of sex-trafficking.
Crystal Judson Family Justice Center 253-798-4166
Provides advocacy, housing, transportation, immigration needs, financial services, legal services, support groups and counseling.
Korean Women’s Association (KWA)
24hrs Crisis Line: 253-359-0470
The KWA Domestic Violence Assistance program provides services to any and all survivors, regardless of gender, age, race/ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or other cultural identities. Supportive services are provided at a separate location from the confidential shelter. Please call the 24-hour hotline for further details.
Family Renewal Shelter 253-475-9010
Case management available for legal issues, relocation, change of identity. Emergency advocacy for transportation between medical care, police reporting, churches and hotels. On site kennel is available for pets along with pet therapy. Donated vehicles are available, as well as mechanic work to ensure survivors remain independent.
Our Sisters House 253-383-4275
Five programs targeted at women fleeing their abusers, children who have witnessed violence and juvenile family violence intervention
Trafficking Prevention 253-254-5549
Adult and youth programs targeted at prevention of human trafficking. Education available for youth, parents, school officials and police.
Exodus Housing 253-862-6808
They are committed to create a community that is free homeless and domestic violence
Domestic Violence Unit Pierce County
Toll Free: 1-800-764-2420
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Domestic Violence Unit is comprised of detectives and deputies whose responsibility is to investigate domestic violence related crimes – including assaults, property damage, court order violations, rapes, threats, custodial interference and others. Additionally, unit members serve as liaisons to health care providers, advocacy groups and social agencies to improve identification and reporting of existing instances of domestic violence and develop prevention strategies linking law enforcement and community efforts.
Tacoma Community House 253-798-3951
Tacoma Community House provides free services and support to individuals who have been harmed by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and many other crimes (see examples below). We will pair you with a caring legal advocate who understands the law and your rights so that you may return to a place of safety, stability, and independence.
Catherine Place 253-572-3547
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services 1-877-501-2233
The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Domestic Violence Program provides support for community-based shelters, emergency counseling and legal advocacy for children and families who have experienced domestic violence. DSHS also sets minimum standards for domestic violence perpetrator programs and certifies provider programs.
Advantages Plus Counseling 253-565-1019
Provides parenting service, counseling, treatment groups ranging from domestic violence and anger management. Can assist in domestic violence evaluation and assessment. Services offered are court approved and are currently being hosted through ZOOM. State-certified provider (WAC 388-60-0435).
Mary Bridge Child Abuse Intervention 253-403-1400
The Children’s Advocacy Center of
Pierce County provides a child-focused,
safe place for families to get help.
Law Office of Alesha Stuthers 1-800-972-0411
Provides A community resource center, emergency shelter, housing program, teen advocacy and legal services
Joint Base Lewis-McChord Military and Family Support Center 509-624-7273
The Family Advocacy Program is
responsible for the prevention of
and response to child abuse and
neglect and domestic abuse/intimate
partner violence in military families.