Provide housing support for referred clients who are victims of DV
YWCA Children/Youths Domestic Violence Services provides advocacy trauma informed advocacy for children and parents in overcoming physical, mental and emotional abuse caused by violence in the home. Primary focus will be working with our BIPOC youths. During a series of eight weekly sessions, that may take place in schools, community centers and other confidential locations in South King County. The CYDVA will work with the youth, on safety planning, coping skills, impact of domestic violence, healthy relationships.
Create and foster a school-based prevention programing and specialized community training, education and community outreach in the areas of violence prevention education for early childhood aged youth and families. The focus will be on youth under the age of 13.
Full time position for an LICSW in the Counseling Program providing therapy to survivors of trauma.
YWCA Pierce County is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who can build on the organization’s successes as a leader in innovative services to break the cycle of intimate partner violence and drive anti-racist transformation.
The Substitute DV Advocate/Housing Case Manager provides advocacy based counseling and case management services including assessment, information and referral and goal setting and is responsible for cooperative case planning and coordination of services for residents.
YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish Gender Based Violence (GBV) Specialized Services provides advocacy to adult survivors through providing outreach, direct services and support groups The overall goal is to assist survivors in safety planning and life skills, employment, housing, using a model of best practice trauma informed care with a strength based approach and culturally relevant services. YWCA GBV Specialized Services are designed to meet the needs of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and commercial sexual exploitation. This position has a social justice component that will allow for critical thinking around how the external systems influences the work that we are doing through the lens of racism and intersections with poverty. Valuing diversity and championing anti-racism policy are core values. As an equal opportunity employer, we highly encourage people of color to apply.
This position will supervise and manage a community-based advocacy program serving domestic violence survivors. The Domestic Violence Advocacy Program Manager will provide direct services support to survivors of domestic violence, as well as assist the department director in managing the community-based advocacy team.