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Violence Prevention

Get Help

If you have ever experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking, you can seek help. We recognize it can be difficult to take the first step and speak about what happened, but we are here to help you.

Victim Advocacy 101

The Victim Advocate is a confidential supporter who can assist you in finding your voice throughout this process. The advocate can help you learn more about your rights (reporting the crime or not) and options (getting a protection order), or free resources available (free counseling, free medical exams).

Please contact one of the crisis lines below to be connected with an advocate.

24/7 Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 425.252.4800

24/7 Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 425.252.2873 

Aren't sure if you have experienced these crimes? Go to What is relationship violence? for more info.


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Remember: You are not alone; we believe you.