In this role, as a Legal Navigator (Survivor First), you will collaborate with the King County Prosecutor's Office to address the issues survivors of color specifically African American women and women of color face in the criminal justice system. The Legal Navigator will work exclusively with survivors who are furthest from opportunity facing criminal charges.
In this role, as a Community Legal Advocate, you will provide legal advocacy to adult survivors which could include support with protection orders, family law, CPS, housing navigation, safety planning and life skills, employment, housing, and etc.
In this role, as a Community Advocate, CSE, you will aid adult survivors through providing advocacy which could include, support safety planning and life skills, employment, housing, using a model of best practice trauma informed advocacy with a strength based approach.
The Mental Health Therapist will be working closely with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, including individuals who have experienced multiple types of harm. The Mental Health Therapist will have a trauma-informed and survivor-centered approach to therapy and counseling. Having an understanding of the South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and immigrant communities and cultures in our region is crucial to supporting the clients we serve.
Improve relationships, facilitate cross-disciplinary coordination, and increase knowledge gender-based violence and behavioral health providers across King County, so that survivors with behavioral health concerns receive the help they need.
The Harborview Abuse and Trauma Center (HATC) is a program of Harborview Medical Center. We are looking to hire a PART-TIME CONFERENCE COORDINATOR 2 (80% FTE, Day Shifts) for our evidence based mental health learning collaboratives. This position is responsible for working with the core and regional trainer/consultants to provide web-based and in-person training and consultation services.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for oversight of every aspect of the administration of YWCA Pierce County, including quality operation of multiple direct services, financial management, personnel management, fund development, policy recommendations and implementation, risk management, community relations, and collaboration with the Board of Directors.
The Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence (formerly King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence) is seeking a skilled professional to coordinate activities and initiatives focused on the intersections of domestic violence, sexual assault, and behavioral health (mental health and substance use), with a particular emphasis on reducing disparate outcomes for survivors of gender-based violence in communities of color and other marginalized communities.
Scion Executive Search (SES) has been retained to conduct a search for an Executive Director on behalf of our unparalleled client, Family Violence Appellate Project, the first-ever non-profit organization in California and Washington state dedicated to providing free appellate representation to survivors of domestic violence and gender-based abuse. The incoming Executive Director will lead this exciting resource and social justice movement for gender-based violence survivors and advocates into the future!
The Children’s Domestic Violence Response Team (CDVRT) is a collaboration between LifeWire and Sound Mental Health to provide wrap-around services for families that have experienced domestic violence. All members of the family are able to participate in LifeWire advocacy services, while each family member receives individual therapy.