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Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services
(206) 812-1001
Semi-confidential shelter for single women and women with children who are fleeing domestic violence and are deaf, deaf/blind or hearing impaired.

API Chaya
(206) 325-0325
Resources, counseling, support groups, housing assistance, safety planning, and, advocacy services to Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking.

Catherine Booth House
(206) 324-4943
Domestic violence shelter confidentially located in residential neighborhood

Consejo Counseling and Referral for Spanish-speaking survivors of Domestic Violence
(206) 461-4880
La mision de CONSEJO es ofrecer servicios de salud mental que incluye tratamiento terapeutico y siquiatrico, prevention y tratamiento para el abuso de alcohol y grogas. Se ofrecen servicios para la prevencion de la violencia domestica. Servicios para adolescentes y jovenes incluyendo la prevencion e intervencion de la union con pandillas y tratamiento por el abuso de substancias. Programas de VIH y programas de vivienda a las personas y familias a traves de Washington para mejorar la calidad de sus vidas y participar en sus comunidades con el mas alto nivel de desempeno.

Mission: To provide a continuum of behavioral health, substance abuse, sexual assault, youth housing, and domestic violence services to individuals and families across Washington to improve the quality of their lives and empower clients to participate in their communites at their highest level of functioning.

DAWN - Domestic Abuse Women's Network
(425) 656-7867
Services for women fleeing domestic violence

Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress
(206) 744-1600
401 Broadway Ave, Suite 2075
Counseling services.  Visit Haborview Emergency Room for assistance immediately following sexual assault

King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Voice/TDD: (206) 568-5454
Works to end domestic violence by facilitating collective action for social change. In county-wide public policy and education efforts, the Coalition provides leadership on behalf of community based victim service agencies and their allies.

King County Domestic Violence Protection Order Advocacy Program
(206) 477-1103
516 3rd Ave, Room C213
M-F 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Advocacy organization staffed by employees of King County Prosecuting Office

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
24-hour Resource Line: 1-888-99-VOICE (86423)
Business Line: (425) 226-5062
TTY: (425) 271-6332
The mission of KCSARC is to alleviate, as much as possible, the trauma of sexual assault for victims and their families. As an agency, they ultimately want to eliminate sexual assault, and to ensure the freedom to live without fear.

Lifewire Eastside Domestic Violence Program
(425) 746-1940

New Beginnings
(206) 522-9472
Confidentially located shelter

Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse
(206) 568-7777
Support and advocacy for survivors of abuse and dating violence. Support groups, safety planning, individual counseling, legal advocacy and community organizing for folks of all genders in Seattle and the Puget Sound area. Free and confidential.

Refugee Women's Alliance
(206) 721-0243
4008 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S
Comprehensive domestic violence support in 17 languages

Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities
(206) 323-1768
Supports survivors of domestic violence through individual and group counseling, and through crisis intervention.

Seattle Human Services Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Office
Links to local and statewide services for those victimized and surviving domestic and sexual violence. Includes general information about domestic violence such as WA State law.

WA State Domestic Violence Hotline (24 hours)

YWCA Downtown Seattle
(206) 461-4882
Semi-confidential shelter to single women and women with children who are fleeing domestic violence