- King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
- KCSARC provides support, tools, and direct services to children, teens, women and men who are victims of sexual assault. , “Our purpose is to alleviate, as much as possible, the trauma of sexual assault for victims and their families. As an agency, we ultimately want to eliminate sexual assault, and to ensure the freedom to live without fear.”
- Sexual Violence Law Center The YWCA’s SVLC provides services for survivors, legal professionals, and community advocates.
- Legal representation: for survivors who live in Washington State.
- Consulting: for survivors, attorneys, and rape crisis center advocates.
- Training: for legal professionals and advocates. Resource and Referrals: for survivors, attorneys and sexual assault programs.
- Hotline: 206.832.3632
- Interactive map of organizations that serve survivors of sexual assault in the state of Washington
- Victim Support Services
VSS, formerly known as Families and Friends of Missing Persons and Violent Crime Victims. “Our Mission is to support victims of crime through advocacy, education and awareness.”
- Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests- Northwest
“SNAP is a self-help organization of men and women who were sexually abused by spiritual elders
(Catholic priests, brothers, nuns, ministers, teachers, etc). Members find healing and empowerment
by joining with other survivors.”
- National Crime Victim Bar Association
The NCVBA provides technical support to attorneys representing crime victims in civil actions, refers crime victims to lawyers in their local area, and works to increase general awareness about the availability of civil remedies for victims of crime.
- National Center for Victims of Crime
The mission of the National Center for Victims of Crime is to forge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives. “We are dedicated to serving individuals, families, and communities harmed by crime.”
- Legal Voice
Legal Voice, formerly known as The Northwest Women’s Law Center, was founded in 1978 to advance women’s legal rights. “We pride ourselves on our broad-based advocacy and on the variety of issues our work encompasses.”
- Northwest Justice Project
NJP’s mission is “to secure justice in a democratic society by working for equal access to the legal system by empowering low-income persons and communities through education about their legal rights and obligations, and by promoting respect for human dignity through legal advocacy.”