Monday Walk-In Services for Survivors

Monday Walk-In Services for Survivors

Every Monday, YWCA Spokane provides an array of free and confidential services to community members who are navigating the impacts of an abusive relationship with an intimate partner.

Services Available for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

  • Advocacy Support
      • Safety planning
      • Emotional support
      • Intimate partner violence education and psychoeducation
      • Referral to YWCA and community resources
  • Housing Support (For individuals actively navigating IPV)
      • Referrals for financial housing assistance for qualifying households
      • General info on landlord and tenant issues involving intimate partner violence
  • Legal Support
      • Civil domestic violence protection order support

How to Access Services

  • Go to YWCA Spokane, 930 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99201
  • Free parking and drop-in childcare are available on site

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What is IPV?

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a pattern of behavior used to gain or maintain power and control over a partner in an intimate relationship. It is coercive, controlling behavior that can include many forms of abuse including emotional, psychological, sexual, financial, or physical abuse.

Questions?

  • 24hrs a Day: At any time you can call YWCA Spokane's 24hr helpline to speak with an advocate by calling 509-326-2255, texting 509-220-3725, or emailing help@ywcaspokane.org.
  • Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm: Reach our front desk at 509-326-1190

 

By: Erica Schreiber

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