Family or Food? No One Should Have to Choose

Take Action by December 10th! To end abuse and create thriving communities, families must feel safe seeking help to access food, health care, and housing. The proposed federal “Public Charge” rule is a threat to immigrant survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their communities. Please join WSCADV and anti-violence advocates around the country in speaking […]

Verizon Foundation Funds Innovative Partnership for Pregnant & Parenting Survivors

Domestic violence is all too common among young pregnant and parenting women, but support can be hard to come by. That’s why WSCADV is bringing together Home Visiting programs (support services for expectant parents and young families) and Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault programs in Yakima, Adams, and Grant counties to share their expertise and learn from […]

Protect Domestic Violence Survivors’ Access to Healthcare

  We don’t want to go backwards. Repealing the Affordable Care Act or changing the Medicaid program puts millions of women at risk. Where you live makes all the difference—Washington State has laws that protect domestic violence survivors who need to take time off from work and support access to health care, reproductive health care and […]

Working with Latin@ Pregnant and Parenting Survivors

NEW! The Enlace Project: Practice Guidelines for Working With Latin@ Pregnant and Parenting Survivors: An Integrated Approach to Intimate Partner Violence and Reproductive & Sexual Coercion. WSCADV and WCSAP joined with bilingual bicultural Spanish speaking dv/sa advocates and healthcare staff in rural central and eastern Washington to create NEW guidelines to build upon the skills […]