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Domestic Violence Resources

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Domestic Violence Case and Resource Coordinator
The Domestic Violence Case and Resource Coordinator (DV Case Coordinator) is available to answer general questions and to help both parties figure out what the next steps are in your case.

For the Petitioner (protected party): The DV Case Coordinator can give the petitioner information on how treatment is going, can answer general questions, and can help to access local and or new resources that help survivors of domestic violence.


For the Respondent (the party who has a protection order issued against them): The DV case Coordinator follows up and tracks the compliance of any treatment that the court ordered. The Case Coordinator will stay in contact with the respondent and can help the respondent find resources for completing the treatment that the court orders.

Contact Information:

DV Case Resource Case Coordinator: Katie Alderson (360) 709-3263 or by email here.

*It may take the coordinator up to 48 hours to respond to phone/email.  Please use your safety planning if you have an emergent need.

 

Crisis Help and Information About Local Programs
24-Hour Hotlines & Resources for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Assistance

SafePlace Olympia: (360) 754-6300

The National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-SAFE

CIELO Olympia: (360) 709-0931 (Spanish Speaking)

National Sexual Assault Hotline RAINN: (800) 656-4673

Family Support Center: (360) 754-9297

The Crisis Clinic: (360) 586-2800

Thurston County Sheriff's Department: (360) 786-5500

Tumwater Police Department: (360) 754-4200

Olympia Police Department: (360) 753-8300

Lacey Police Department: (360) 459-4333

Yelm Police Department: (360) 704-2740

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 911

 

Community Resources

Community Resources (Green Sheet)​.  For a list of community resources for cases involving domestic violence click here.

PiPE (Partners in Prevention Education)

State Wide Domestic Violence Resource Guide

​Click here for information on domestic violence and sexual assault programs in your area.

Washington Coalition Against Domestic Violence: About Domestic Violence

Safety Plan information

​A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship, planning to leave, or after you leave.  Safety planning involves how to cope with emotions, tell friends and family about your situation, take legal action and more.

More information coming soon.

Information for Crime Victims

​Washington State Crime Victim's programs

Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE)

Anyone can call the Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) service at 1-877-OR-4-VINE to ask about the current status of an offender/prisoner or register to receive immediate notification if an offender/prisoner is released, transferred, escapes, dies, or if there is other important probation and parole information.

Confidentiality and Privacy

​Address Confidentiality Program

Washington State ACP

Technology Safety and Cyberstalking Resources

National Network to end Domestic Violence

National Center for Victims of Crime

Protecting your information

  • Protect your address on court forms (link coming soon)
  • Confidential Information form (CIF) (link coming soon)

 

Court Forms: Divorce, Child Custody, Parenting Plans, and Child support
Resources for the Legal Community

​American Bar Association (ABA) Domestic Violence Commission

Works to increase justice for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking by mobilizing the legal profession and by offering a variety of resources for attorneys representing victims/survivors of domestic violence.

(202) 662-1744

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) Family Violence Department

Improves the way courts, law enforcement agencies, and others respond to family violence by providing training, technical assistance, and policy development leadership and by developing cutting-edge products for professionals, victims of domestic, and children.

(800) 527-3223
 

Resources for Young People

​Love Is Respect Org

Highly-trained advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships.  They also provide information and support to concerned friends and family members.  Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365.

Chat at www.loveisrespect.org
Text LOVEIS to 22522*
Call 1-866-331-9474