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CSN provides advocacy services to survivors and others affected by domestic violence, sexual assaultchild abuse and general crimes.

Who We Are

We are a group of caring, highly trained employees and volunteers who support people in Pacific County, Washington with 24/7 services on our hotline. We also have in-person services in locations throughout our region.
We are a non-profit organization focusing on advocacy services. Advocacy is about survivors of these abuses finding their path, getting problems solved and gettting needed support so they can heal.

Meet The Team

At Crisis Support Network, our staff is made up of well-trained and compassionate people who are here to assist you in your time of crisis, and beyond.

Julie Jewell

Executive Director

Robyn Lavin

Operations Manager

Denise Rowlett

Fiscal Manager

Ronica Dahlstrom

DV/SA Lead

Melissa Kuneki

DV/SA Advocate

Debbie Rose

DV/SA Advocate

Dora Gomez

DV/SA Advocate

Kaylee Lewis

DV/SA Advocate

Payton Clements

CAC Advocate

Sami Hanson

Crime Victim Advocate

Lyndsey Owen


What people say about CSN advocacy services

“Awesome respect shown to all people involved. Nice, caring staff!”


“Thank you for helping us to feel safer in our lives and getting the closure and support needed.”

“I’d be lost without the help and support from you and the other girls. I really appreciate all you do for me and my situations.”

Experiences can be different for everyone.
Advocates are here to listen to you.
It is important to us that you know that we believe that everyone belongs and everyone deserves to heal from abuse and violence. All employees and volunteers will treat you with dignity and respect regardless of race, ethnicity, color, creed, national origin, language spoken, sexual orientation, sex, gender, immigration status, marital status, veteran or military status, religion, physical or cognitive ability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability.
All calls are confidential. If you are in danger and in need of immediate assistance,  call 9-1-1.