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Our Story

$100,000 donated so far

Sr. Rose marie nigro

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Advocate of the Year Award


Survivor sTORIES

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Please help us in our efforts to raise both awareness and funds for Emergency Support Shelter.

in 2022 emergency support shelter provided assistance to 770 victims of domestic violence 185 people sheltered for 9083 bed nights 252 victims of crimes such as elder abuse, child abuse, hate crimes, identity theft, etc. Funding staticstics; 51.4% from federal funds, 23.4% from the community, %14.1 local funds, %11 state funds.

Donations are made by clicking below!
Checks and cash donations can be mailed or dropped off at 1330 11th Avenue, Longview, WA 98632

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Thank YOU!

A Call For Support


A call for support from the acting director Sherrie Tinoco

The pandemic had a definite impact on our work. Aside from the challenges that everyone
faced in how to best ensure safety, our programs also learned how to implement new avenues of access for people dealing with domestic violence and crime. Even though our in-person model has since been brought back, we are still maintaining the virtual options that we used over the past couple of years. People can now engage with our services via text, direct message, email, and virtually. These changes have created more choices for people in how to connect with our advocates. This July, our agency faces additional cuts to federal funding that put our mission at risk. Our fundraising efforts are more critical than ever before. We are so grateful for the support of our community. Every donation helps to make free and confidential support for victims of domestic violence and crime possible. 

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