Prevention of domestic violence is important and New Hope can come to your school, business or group and give a presentation on harassment, domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Our goal is to be the voice for victims in all settings and educate the public on victimization.

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Respect is an essential part of any healthy relationship. You deserve kindness & respect in my relationships. Let us know what you are about in relationships! #beaboutit #tdvam23 #tdvam If you have questions or need to talk to an advocate at New Hope call 509-764-8402. For more information go to our website at or #loveisrespect ... See MoreSee Less
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Domestic Violence services across WA are facing unprecedented funding cuts of 23% to 30% starting July 1, threatening the safety and well-being of survivors, their families, and our communities. We need state lawmakers to act now! Our Director, Suzi, is meeting with Washington State Senator, Judy Warnick, a Moses Lake resident, about Domestic Violence policy this week. #DVAdvocacyDay #WeAreWSCADV #WALeg @wscadv ... See MoreSee Less
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