The YWCA provides services for domestic violence victims and their children.
Legal and Family 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.
Bilingual/bicultural advocacy available for immigrant and non-English speaking victims.
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
Supportive Housing Program (HOME SAFE) – Provides long-term housing and advocacy services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Works with families who are homeless or may become homeless to overcome barriers to affordable housing due to domestic violence
Women’s Support Groups (click for more information)