The YWCA operates a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week crisis line. Our domestic violence and sexual assault victim advocates are there to take your call, whether you are a survivor yourself, or a concerned family member or friend.
We are prepared to answer a variety of questions about domestic violence and sexual assault, our services, our shelter, safety planning, and community resources.
Your confidentiality is extremely important to us, and in many cases is legally required. We will not record or publicize the information you share with us over the phone. Some basic demographic information about calls made to the YWCA crisis is made available to our supporters. This is so that we can help raise awareness of the issue of domestic violence and sexual assault, and ensure that we can continue to offer this critically important service.
If you experience any difficulties reaching YWCA Walla Walla, we urge you to try these phone or online hotlines: