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24 hours and 7 days a week


Crisis Support Network provides advocacy services to survivors and others affected by:

  • domestic violence
  • sexual assault
  • child abuse
  • general crimes

What are Advocacy Services?

Advocacy is about helping people who have experienced abuse in problem solving and access to resources. Advocates are the trained and caring people who support healing, and offer support during important legal and medical cases, appointments, and processes.

Common Crisis Support Network Services
Find an emergency place to go
Housing Assistance
Discuss options
Support healing
Understand your rights
Find therapy that understands your issues
Think through how to stay safe
Help you feel stable
Figure out housing
Plan for transportation
Understand how the legal system works
Understand how the medical system works
Learn about options around custody or parenting
Assure your child has support
Understand your rights and discuss options
Find therapy, healing and stabilization

Child Advocacy Center

The Crisis Support Network hosts the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), a place where a team of professionals can investigate cases of reported abuse or cases where a child has witnessed a crime. This is a supportive place where a child can relax, instead of going to multiple locations to assist with an investigation.  Police, prosecutors, social workers, advocates, medical and mental health professionals provide high quality, specialized services for abused children and their families.
Please call us at 1.800.435.7276  or contact us for information about the CAC center in Raymond, WA.

Domestic Violence Advocacy

Crisis Support Network works with domestic violence victims to assist with shelter, legal, medical and systems advocacy 24/7. CSN operates a confidential shelter, support groups, safety planning, advocacy based counseling and more.

Please call us at 1.800.435.7276  or contact us for domestic violence, stalking, emotional abuse, restraining order help, or other related information and services.

Sexual Assault Advocacy

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) when victims are involved in any legal process and also provides specialized therapy and medical social work services to sexual assault victims.

Please call us at 1.800.435.7276  or contact us for sexual assault, rape, and abuse information and services.

Victims of Crime Advocacy

Crime Victim Services Center is a program that serves all crime victims throughout Pacific and Grays Harbor Counties. We are here to provide comprehensive and caring services to all those hurt or harmed by crimes such as assault, bullying, burglary, child abuse, DUI injuries, elder/vulnerable adult abuse, hate crimes, homicide, identity theft, robbery, vehicular assault, and vehicular homicide.

What we offer:

24-hour Crisis Intervention
Information and Referral
Systems Advocacy
Community Education and Outreach
Legal Advocacy/Court Assistance

Call us at 1.800.435.7276 or contact us for information about the general crimes advocacy programs at Crisis Support Network.

Housing Programs

Housing Assistance – Transitional and emergency shelter 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. Application information can be found here.

Please call us at 1.800.435.7276 or contact us for information about housing

Stability Programs

Warm Heart – Funds provided by Public Utility Disctict are used to assist residents of Pacific County to prevent disconnection of P.U.D. utility services.

Please call us at 1.800.435.7276 or contact us for information about getting help with this program.

What brought you here?

I need help

Most people find it easiest to just give us a call and we can talk. Our 24-hour, 7 day a week hotline is always open.

I need information 

You can read this website for information. Please call us at any time to talk to a knowledgable advocate on our 24/7 hotline.

I’m worried about my relationship

Many people call our 24/7 hotline to get direction about their relationship. If you are worried, it is good to trust your gut and explore that feeling.

Maybe I was assaulted

People call our 24/7 hotline to explore events that make them feel confused.  If you are thinking about it, it is good to trust your gut and get support when you feel ready.

I was a victim of a crime

People can feel very concerned and unsteady after experiencing a crime event.  People find talking to our advocates helps them stabilize and make the decisions they need to make. You can get started by calling our 24/7 hotline.

My child was assaulted or abused

Protecting a child is a complex, emotional and important job.  An advocate can help you sort out the options and know what steps to take to keep your child safe and minimize their stress. Call our 24/7 hotline to get started.  

Maybe my relationship is abusive

You don’t have to have all the answers. We are here to help. Most people find that the advocates on the 24/7 hotline can help in figuring out the dynamics of healthy and unhealthy relationships.  

I know someone who is struggling

It can be tricky to support someone who is struggling.  Research has indicated that the best thing you can do for someone who is experiencing violence is to check in, ask them how they are doing, listen without judgement or an agenda, and stay in touch.  People who are struggling need good friends more than anyone.  Give us a call if you’d like to talk about how to best support someone experiencing abuse.  We are available 24/7.

All services are confidential.

Confidential means we won’t talk about your situation without your permission.*

*The right to privacy and confidentiality of the information shared may have exceptions such as, specific legally required mandated reporting of child abuse or neglect, duty to warn of imminent harm, or written release from the service user.”