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The issues of sexual assault and harassment have flooded the media lately like never before. Survivors are speaking out – and reaching out to New Hope for help. You can support us as we support these survivors. We are always here, advocating for survivors of sexual violence. And, we need your help.

There are a number of ways to show your support and take action:

ADVOCATE: Let people know you support victims and their families of sexual assault and domestic violence both in person an online. Go like our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Share our pages with your family and friends. If you know someone that needs our assistance encourage them to call our 24/7 hotline at 888-560-6027 or stop by any of our locations for help.

 

STAY INFORMED: Subscribe to our email newsletter by clicking here.You will receive updates with more information on getting involved.

MAKE A DONATION: You can make a contribution to New Hope. Your financial donation directly supports our survivors, supports our local programs, and supports advocating the changes needed to public policy in Washington State.

Click here for information on making a financial donation.

 

TALK TO YOUTH: Keep the conversation going to young people in your life about consent and healthy relationships. For conversation with children you can use  HE TOLD ME NOT TO TELL to guide you. You can also share this resource with other adults.

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11 hours ago

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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 www.NewHopeWA.org or www.LoveIsRespect.org #loveisrespect ... See MoreSee Less
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13 hours ago

New Hope
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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