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Response to Coronavirus & Resource Round-Up

Staying home due to COVID-19 may be unsafe for people experiencing abuse. Please know that resources are available 24/7 and domestic violence programs across our state are working tirelessly to…

Join Our Team! WSCADV is hiring for two positions

Crossing Borders Program Coordinator: Job description and how to apply Accounting and Administrative Specialist: Job description and how to apply WSCADV is creating communities where all people can live and…

More Cash for Families!

This legislative session, the working families tax credit legislation finally passed! People with and without children, and people without a social security number, will be able to access between $300…

Join WSCADV’s Board of Directors!

The WSCADV Board of Directors is looking for community members and folks from our member programs to run for election to our board. We are seeking nominees who can bring…

In Her Shoes is back in stock!

For over 20 years, In Her Shoes: Living with Domestic Violence has helped communities come together to learn about domestic and sexual violence and our collective responsibility to address and…

2021 Legislative Wins!

All WSCADV Priority Bills PASSED! The 2021 Washington State legislative session adjourned on April 25, marking the end of a truly historic session. WSCADV member programs identified community economic resilience…

Join Our Team! We are Hiring for Two Positions

WSCADV is hiring for two full-time positions: Communications Coordinator or Director (depending on skills/experience) – Job Description & Application Instructions. Send applications to max@wscadv.org. Housing Stability Coordinator or Strategist (depending on skills/experience)…

COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund Open for Applications

If you’re an immigrant experiencing financial challenges because of COVID-19 and you can’t get federal financial relief or unemployment insurance, you can now get help – a $1,000 direct payment…