Domestic Violence


DAWN's professionally trained advocates are there to support you, assist you and provide resources needed when your in a domestic violence situation. It can help you:
-Learn about abuse in relationships
-Create a plan to safely leave your abuser
-Protect yourself and your children
-Find shelter and a permanent place to live
-Navigate the legal system
-Talk with counselors about how to regain your strength and self-esteem

24-hour Advocacy and Crisis Line: 425-656-7867 or 877-465-7234

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ywca domestic violence program

This program provides free and confidential services to Domestic Violence survivors. Advocates can help with safety planning, referrals to food, clothing, and housing resources, and limited financial assistance. Advocates can be found at DSHS Community Service Offices in Belltown, Capitol Hill, Rainier, North Seattle, Auburn, Kent, and Federal Way. They can meet clients in safe areas. They offer:

-Support Groups
-Community Advocacy
-Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Advocacy
-Children’s DV Advocacy
-DV Emergency Shelter
-DV Rapid Rehousing & Transitional Housing
-DV Legal Advocacy (no legal advice or representation)


Contact: ​206-743-7064 or 206-375-1078

jennifer beach foundation

They provide advocacy to victims of domestic violence by assisting them in obtaining community resources, providing financial literacy training, and more.


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covington domestic violence task force

The Covington Domestic Violence Task Force helps provide assistance and service referrals to victims and their families. Different events throughout the year (Purple Lights, Covington Day Parade, etc) help shed some light on the issue of domestic violence. Meetings are held at the Covington City Hall the 2nd Tuesday of every month, from Noon to 1pm.