Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services

Through counseling, support groups, legal and medical advocacy, shelter services and more, the YWCA Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Resource Center ensures that women and children have access to what they need to begin rebuilding their lives after violence. Advocates are available to provide bilingual and bicultural services.

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Safe Shelter

The YWCA of Walla Walla offers safe, temporary shelter to women and children escaping domestic violence.

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Medical & Legal Advocacy

YWCA advocates are available to support you through medical and legal processes dealing with domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Counseling & Support Groups

We can safely meet with you for one-on-one counseling. Or join our support group, where you can talk to others about shared similar experiences.

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Crisis Line

Free, confidential and available 24/7, our crisis line is ready to take your call about domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

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Safety Planning

We can provide resources and ideas to help you make decisions when leaving your abuser.

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Internet & Computer Safety

Is your computer use being monitored? Learn more about how to safely access our website and other help.

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About Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can be complicated and confusing. We can offer information and resources to help you understand it.

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About Sexual Assault

Need more information about sexual assault? We can help. Learn more about this complex and sensitive topic here.

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Shelter Wish List

Want to help? With a donation, you can help meet the needs in the YWCA of Walla Walla's domestic violence shelter.

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Our Impact

380 women and children

spent 7,589 bed nights in our shelter safe from violence and abuse.

1,010 survivors

of domestic and/or sexual assault walked through the YWCA’s open doors in 2015 as they took their first steps to recovery from trauma.

2,629 phone calls

seeking information, referrals and help during domestic or sexual assault crises were answered by YWCA advocates on our crisis line in 2015.