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The Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates (WCCVA) is a group of individuals, agencies, and organizations that work together to strengthen crime victim rights in Washington State. Contact them for more information about their services or to become a member at:
510 Custer Way, Suite 102
Tumwater, WA 98501
(360) 584-9582 (fax)
Contact this organization to sign up to be notified if an offender is released or transferred. You can be notified by phone (including multiple numbers) and/or e-mail. There are two ways to register:
You can register by phone at 1-877-846-3492
You can register online at www.vinelink.com
The Crime Victims Compensation Program was established to assist victims or survivors of crime who have medical bills or funeral expenses. For more information, contact the Crime Victim Compensation Program. You can also obtain an application from the Victim/Witness Unit.
Crime Victims Compensation Program
Department of Labor & Industries
P.O. Box 44520
Olympia, WA 98504-4520
New Hope is a community-based advocacy center, which assists both female and male victims of domestic and sexual violence in Grant and Adams Counties. They offer crisis intervention, medical and legal advocacy, support groups, and more.
New Hope/Kids Hope
311 W Third Avenue
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
888-560-6027 Crisis Line
The Crime Victim Service Center assists victims of all types of crime besides domestic or sexual violence. They assist property crime victims, assault victims, families of homicide victims, etc.
Crime Victims Service Center
311 West 3rd Ave
Moses Lake, WA 98837
1-888-560-6027 (24-hour crisis hotline)
FFVCV is a statewide organization that helps victims of all types of crime. They offer peer support, victim advocacy, system intervention, courtroom support, networking and referrals, and education.
Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims
PO Box 1949
Everett, WA 98206-1949
You can find lots of information about the DOC on this site.
AIDS Support for People Living with AIDS
AIDS Case Management/Helping Hearts Volunteers
(Part of the Grant County Health District)
This is a great resource for anyone who has been a victim of identity theft and other kinds of fraud.
RenewPhone: (509) 765-9239Emergency Phone: (800) 852-2923
Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm
TDD: Dial 711 then provide the phone number (509) 765-9239
24 Hour Crisis Line: (800) 852-2923
124 3rd Ave SW
Ephrata, WA 98823
124 3rd Ave SW Ephrata WA 98823
Grand CouleePhysical Address
322 Fortuyn Rd
Grand Coulee, WA 99133
322 Fortuyn Rd Grand Coulee WA 99133
221 Government Rd. Unit C
Mattawa, WA 99349
221 Government Rd. Unit C Mattawa WA 99349
Moses LakePhysical Address
840 E Plum St
Moses Lake, WA 98837
840 E Plum St Moses Lake WA 98837
203 Central Avenue S
Quincy, WA 98848
203 Central Avenue S Quincy WA 98848
Royal CityPhysical Address
114 Camelia St. Suite 4
Royal City, WA 99357
114 Camelia St. Suite 4 Royal City WA 99357
Darkness to Light is a non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse by shifting the responsibility of prevention from children to adults. The mission is accomplished through an award-winning media campaign that raises public awareness and directs adults to educational tools. The tools teach adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse and include the 7 Steps to Preventing Child Sexual Abuse and the consciousness training-based Stewards of Children curriculum. For more information on how you can help prevent child sexual abuse, please visit https://www.d2l.org/.
How Can I Help Stop Child Sexual Abuse?
Join the movement of individuals and organizations dedicated to protecting children.
All adults are responsible for creating safe communities where sexual abuse is stopped before a child is ever harmed. Join the growing number of adults who are standing up and speaking out about child sexual abuse. Starting the discussion is the first step to making kids less vulnerable to sexual abuse.