Skagit Domestic Violence And Sexual Assault Services
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 351
1521-b Leigh Way Mount Vernon WA 98273 USA
To end domestic violence and sexual assault in skagit county through empowerment, advocacy, education, awareness, and action for social change.
We provide the following services to victims of domestic violence: advocacy based counseling; crisis intervention, including a 24 hour hotline:, confidential emergency shelter for victims fleeing abusive relationships; legal advocacy; medical advocacy; support groups for victims, child support groups, and parenting support groups; temporary food, clothing and other essentials; help finding community resources, such as housing, medical, mental health and substance abuse; information about prevention and education in the community.
we provide advocacy-based counseling to sexual assault victims; support groups for child victims of sexual assault; medical advocacy; crisis intervention; a 24-hour crisis hotline; hospital advocacy for victims of rape and sexual assault; advocacy for victims of sex trafficking; advocacy for children and parents at the child advocacy center; prevention and education on sexual assault and sexual harassment; teen groups on healthy relationships.
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This organization and the women that work there are incredible, totally involved in any and all ways to put a stop to ABUSE they are constantly thinking and implementing new ideas for prevention. These incredible devoted women help so many people; that, so need some help, understanding and compassion. They consider everything possible to help and educate people in need.
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