YWCA Kitsap County provides supportive services for those experiencing domestic violence and prevention education for the community.
A.L.I.V.E Emergency Shelter Program is for survivors and their children fleeing from immediate dangerous situations due to domestic violence. Services include 24/7 Advocacy, Crisis Intervention, Safety Planning, Case Management, Legal Advocacy, Housing Advocacy, Support Groups, and Childcare. Call for screening
HomeSafe is a housing program for survivors of Domestic Violence with housing assistance and affordable housing.
YWCA Kitsap county offer legal advocacy services to victims of domestic violence. Services include: Case Management, Safety Planning, Civil and Criminal Justice System Navigation, Victims Rights, Court Accompaniment, Protection Order Information, Referrals for Legal Consultation, Resources, and Danger Assessment. An intake appointment is required before services begin.
A confidential support group that is a safe environment to help break down the barriers of isolation and explore topics of domestic violence. Facilitation is curriculum based that gives participants the opportunity to learn, heal and manage the impact of their experiences. Support group opportunities: Survivors of Domestic Violence, Spanish Speaking Survivors/ Sobrevivientes de Habla Hispana, LGTBQIA+Identified Survivors, Children ages 9-12, Youth ages 13-17, and Survivors in Kitsap County Jail. Intake is required before group participation.