DV Services & Resources

Domestic Violence Services and Resources in Washington state

Domestic violence services and resources are important because they help victims find a way to get out of abusive and dangerous situations. One of the most common reasons that victims remain in abusive and dangerous situations is because they genuinely feel as if they do not have access to resources in their area. The Law Offices of Alesha Struthers offers this page of domestic violence resources in the hopes of making it easier for just one person to find the assistance they need to get out and stay out. If you need assistance with obtaining a restraining order during the divorce process or with obtaining a protective order of some kind because of domestic violence, schedule your free consultation by clicking here. This list is not intended to act is a full list of domestic violence resources in Washington state.

  • ADWAD Local Crisis Line offers a videochat services for deaf domestic violence victims. Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week for individuals in Snohomish, Kind, and Pierce counties – 206-812-1001
  • The Hotline offers assistance for domestic violence victims, including deaf and hard of hearing individuals who need videochat services. They also offer online chat services as well. Videophone: 1-855-812-1001 and TTY: 1-800-787-3224. They also offer assistance in Spanish from 12 pm to 6 pm. For all other victims requiring assistance, advocates are available 24 hour a day, seven days a week. Services are available in more than 200 languages: 1-800-799-7233. Chat services are also available through their website. While The Hotline is a national organization, they can assist you with finding local resources, if necessary.
  • Love is respect.org is the teen dating violence hotline. They provide assistance via phone, online chat, and text messaging 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Their phone number is 866-331-9474.
  • The Strong Hearts Native Helpline offers assistance Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5:30 pm central time. Their phone number is toll-free: 844-762-8483.
  • Catherine Place located in Pierce county, Catherine Place offers resources for domestic violence victims and survivors to help them get their lives back on track. No one is turned away because of their inability to pay: 253-572-3547
  • Family Renewal Shelter is an organization that offers shelter and resources to domestic violence victims in Pierce county: 253-475-9010
  • Korean Women's Association offers assistance to domestic violence victims in Pierce county: 253-359-0470
  • Our Sister's House provides advocacy, education, and support for domestic violence victims in Pierce county: 253-383-4275
  • Puyallup Tribe of Indians Community DV Advocacy Program offers services to members of the Puyallup tribal community: 253-680-5499
  • Tacoma Community House offers a crime victim advocacy for victims of domestic violence in Pierce county. This includes access to free services and support: 253-383-3951
  • YWCA of Pierce County offers shelter, resources, and counseling to domestic violence victims: 253-383-2593
  • API Chaya serves King county domestic violence victims in multiple languages by offering free, confidential services in culturally relevant ways where possible: 1-877-922-4292.
  • Atlantic Street Center offers King county domestic violence victims advocacy services and therapeutic services: 206-945-3358
  • Consejo Counseling & Referral Services offers King county domestic violence victims legal advocacy, community advocacy, as well as may have access to other services: 206-467-9976
  • The DOVE Project assists King county domestic violence victims with crisis intervention, advocacy, and other services: 206-462-0911
  • Interim Community Development Association may be able to assist domestic violence victims in King county with children under the age of 18 who will be homeless as a result of the violence secure financial assistance to prevent homelessness: 206-624-1802
  • Jewish Family Services – Project DVORA offers domestic violence victims of King county assistance with safety plans as well as with emotional support and assistance with overcoming other issues involved with leaving violent relationships. They also offer legal assistance and counseling: 206-461-3222
  • Mother Nation offers services for Native domestic violence victims and survivors of King county as well as cultural services: 206-722-2321
  • Multi-Communities offers individualized therapy and counseling, safety plans, and other services for King county domestic violence victims: 206-937-7155
  • Northwest Immigrant Rights Project offers services for survivors of domestic violence who also have an immigration matter: 206-957-8621
  • The NW Network offers services for the LGBTQIA+ community who are victims of domestic violence: 206-568-7777 (please leave a message if your call is not answered and email [email protected])
  • ReWA provides assistance to refugee and immigrant women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence in King county: 1-888-847-7205
  • LifeWire offers assistance to King county domestic violence victims, including men and the LGBTQIA+ community: 800-827-8840
  • DAWN provides support and shelter for King county domestic violence victims: 877-465-7234
  • Jennifer Beach Foundation provides advocacy and assistance for domestic violence victims in King county: 253-833-5366
  • Mother Africa offers assistance to immigrant and refugee women who are domestic violence victims: 253-277-7625
  • Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County offers services and advocacy for domestic violence victims of Snohomish county: 425-252-2873
  • Tulalip Indian Tripe: Legacy of Healing Advocacy Center and Safety House provides advocacy and services to domestic violence victims who are tribal members: 360-716-4100
  • The Recovery Village Ridgefield offers services to victims of domestic and sexual abuse in Clark County. Many victims turn to the use of drugs and alcohol to cope with the pain from the abuse. Their mission is to be a support resource for those coping with these issues: 360-857-0007.
  • Sunshine Behavioral Health main goal is to spread awareness, to provide education, and relief to those that may be suffering from abuse. Their article discusses teen dating violence and how people can educate themselves on domestic violence prevention. It also provides a list of free hotlines and organizations for domestic violence victims to reach out to as well as a shelter locator: 877-589-0356.
  • Addiction Resource's Washington list mission is to connect individuals to treatment centers that best suit their individual needs as it leads to long-term recovery. We do this while breaking down the barriers and stigmas that surround substance abuse with free and valuable information. It provides a list of treatment centers in different states. For 24/7 treatment help call: 844-616-3400.

For a full list of domestic violence resources in Washington state by county, please click here.