Our Services

New Hope provides the following services:

24-Hour Crisis Line: Available for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victims of crime 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Medical Advocacy: Trained advocates will accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to medical facilities.

Legal Advocacy: Advocates support the individual’s choice regarding reporting the crime. Advocates provide information about the legal system and are available to accompany and support the victim throughout the legal process.

Community Advocacy: New Hope can provide referrals to therapists who are experts in providing care to survivors of sexual assault. New Hope makes referrals to other agencies that can provide help and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Trained advocates can provide personal support, emergency shelter, food and clothing.  Therapy sessions can be offered to survivors so they may express their feelings, thoughts and fears.

Support Groups: New Hope provides peer support groups for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call for the location of the one nearest you.

Trainings and Presentations: New Hope provides trainings, workshop, and age appropriate presentations for schools, community agencies and organizations as well as for the business community to educate that domestic violence and sexual assault affects the whole community, not just the victim.

 

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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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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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