Crisis Support Network works with domestic violence victims to assist with shelter, legal, medical and systems advocacy. We are available 24 hours a day. CSN operates a confidential shelter, support groups, safety planning and advocacy based counseling.
For victims of sexual assault, CSN provides 24/7 crisis intervention and information, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, general advocacy and systems coordination. CSN also provides community education regarding prevention through social change and skills building. CSN collaborates with SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) and also provides specialized therapy and medical social work services to sexual assault victims.
CSN has an advocate that solely advocates for victims of crimes such as identity theft, homicide, robbery, hate crimes, etc. We currently serve Pacific County and Grays Harbor County, Washington.
And our most recent addition is a certified Children’s Advocacy Center, including a multidisciplinary team of professionals to investigate cases of reported child abuse and cases in which a child may have been a witness to a crime.
Click here for more info about Domestic Violence Assistance.
Click here for more info about Sexual Assault Assistance.
Click here for more info about Crime Victims Assistance.
Click here for more info about our new Children’s Advocacy Center.
Housing Assistance – Transitional and Rapid Re-Housing for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Pacific Pearl Apartments – Permanent Supportive Housing that provides supportive services for domestic violence victims and their children. The Pacific Pearl is 15 units with a community center and an on-site advocate. CSN receives financial support from the Joint Pacific County Housing Authority.
The Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline – 1.800.562.6025 – Provides crisis intervention and information and referral resources to domestic violence callers throughout the State of Washington.
STOP (Specialized Training for Officers and Prosecutors) – This grant allows law enforcement, prosecution and victim services to enhance a coordinated community response to women, 18 and older, whom are victims of domestic violence.
Legal Advocacy – Provides legal advocacy services to domestic violence victims.
Warm Heart – Funds provided by P.U.D. are used to assist residents of Pacific County to prevent disconnection of P.U.D. services.
TREM (Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model) — Support group for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Call or email us for more information.
Violence hurts you and your children forever.
La violencia le causa dano usted ya a sus ninos, para siempre.
You didn’t cause the violence, but you can end it! Please get help!
All calls are confidential. If you are in need of immediate assistance please hang up and dial 911.