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Resources

Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-562-6025 (Voice and TTY)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (Voice)
1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

Annual Program Statistics

To get annual program statistics prior to 2009, contact the DSHS Program Manager at 206-923-4910.

2013 Washington State Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Services

2012 Washington State Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Services

2011 Washington State Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Services

2010 Washington State Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Services

2009 Washington State Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy Services

Forms

All Programs -- Contract Budget Amendments:

Contract Budget Revision Request Form | Sample

Annual Report of Domestic Violence Expenditures form

A19 Invoice - Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter

Links

Division of Child Support - provides effective child support services and enforces parents' financial responsibility for their children.

Office for Victims of Crime - publishes literature on emerging victim issues, promising practices, policy development, and technical assistance and skill-building tools.

Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA) - serves as a voice within government for the needs of crime victims in Washington State.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) - provides temporary cash and medical help for families in need.

Victim Witness Notification Program - a confidential program that assists victims and witnesses of sexual assault or violent crimes track the location of the person who victimized them.

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence - the Coalition is a non-profit, statewide network of 64 member programs that serve victims of domestic violence in rural, urban and Indian Country communities of Washington, plus 119 individual and organizational associates.

Workfirst - Washington State's welfare reform program that helps financially struggling families find jobs, keep their jobs, get better jobs and build a better life for their children.

Publications

DSHS offers publications for ordering or downloading. Visit Children's Administration Publications for details.

Following are Family Violence publications available at no cost:

  • DSHS 22-274 - Family Violence and Child Support - Your Options
  • DSHS 22-787x - Domestic Violence Hotline Brochure
  • DSHS 22-265 - Open the Door - Family Violence Can Happen
  • DSHS 22-276 - Safety Plan Pocket Card
  • DSHS 22-309 - What You Should Know About Your Abusive Partner

Publications will be shipped to a street address by UPS; however, if your street address is confidential and you use a post office box, include this in your written request and ask that the publications be mailed to the post office box using regular U.S. Mail.

Office for Victims of Crime - publishes literature on emerging victim issues, promising practices, policy development, and technical assistance and skill-building tools.