Providing Services Chelan and Douglas Counties
The agency gives high regard to public awareness and education, and therefore disseminates information to social service organizations and the public in general regarding current issues of domestic and sexual violence
through on-site training and prevention education.
Agency brochures, posters, community television advertisement, and local fundraisers are organized to keep the public aware of availability of services and support.
Your old cell phones will serve in one of two ways. First, we issue non-activated phones (phones without a service) to people for safety purposes. The FCC mandated all wireless phones, even non-initialized to be able to make free 911 calls anywhere in the United States where 911 service is offered. More information on 911 FAQ can be obtained by going to Washington State Emergency Management Division. Surplus phones are turned in for donations from through the Shelter Alliance.
Staff and agency volunteers routinely schedule meetings at schools, churches, service clubs, and businesses to discuss prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
Emotional support to survivor choices. Professional therapy to victims of sexual crimes.
24-7 contact for victims having an emergency outside of normal office hours.
Temporary housing for women and their children amidst an endangering domestic violence situation.
Advocates have regular schedule of office hours at locations in Chelan and Bridgeport.
Advocates will hold training for agencies or individuals who through the course of their work deal with victims of sexual assault or domestic violence.
Notebooks of information on personal safety planning and legal processes.
Biweekly group session to disseminate information and answer questions about domestic violence behaviorisms. Class size is limited, an appointment is necessary.
Crime Victim Service Center
The Crime Victim and Trauma Assistance Center is a Washington state Office of Crime Victim Advocacy (OCVA) Crime Victim Service Center. The Crime Victim and Trauma Assistance Center can help victims of crimes like assault, identity theft, fraud, missing persons, robbery, child abuse, and DUI crashes, as well as co-victims of homicide.