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The YWCA provides services for domestic violence victims and their children.
SUPPORT SERVICES:

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Legal Advocacy – Provides assistance and support navigating the criminal or civil legal system. This includes safety planning, court accompaniment, filing for orders of protection, advocacy-based counseling, and other referral services.
(360) 479-0491

Family Services – Provides a comprehensive range of support services.
(360) 479-0522

ALIVE/Washington Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) WorkFirst Project – The YWCA partners with the Department of Social and Health Services as a responder to families experiencing difficulties due to domestic violence.
1 (877) 501-2233

Clothing Closet – Professional clothing and everyday attire closet, provides clothing and accessories for women and children.
(360) 479-0522

Women’s Support Groups (click for more information)

Vocational Services Compass – Meet with Marta Holt, a vocational navigator at the YWCA to meet your vocational goals.  Compass offers one-on-one vocational navigation, intensive vocational assessment, and career-seeking skills workshops.
Call to set up an appointment: 360.860.1268 or marta.holt@wstcs.org