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Consejo Counseling and Referral Service

Description

Consejo Counseling and Referral Service is an award-winning agency that has provided behavioral health services to the Latino community in the state of Washington for near four decades. Most Consejo’s clients are immigrants from Latin America who speak Spanish who represent the largest growing community in the United States today. The outcomes demonstrated by Consejo across Washington State have won it a noteworthy national reputation for providing culturally competent services designed to address the diverse needs of adults, children, adolescents and families in the Latino community.

We provide a continuum of behavioral health, substance abuse and domestic violence services including prevention, treatment and housing to individuals and families across Washington utilizing an interdependent treatment model so clients experience acceptance, emotional security and developmental growth while learning new skills to improve the quality of their lives. Consejo’s service delivery empowers clients to participate in their communities at their highest level of functioning.

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Chaya Seattle - Domestic Violence Prevention Centre

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Chaya Seattle take measures in fostering and strengthening the well-being, development, peace, love, and joy among communities across the Seattle region by means of outreach programs, education, and other sort of program awareness on the prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Guided by our core values of integrity, equity, and dignity, Chaya Seattle envisions people across the world helping each other out and restoring the prosperity of the oppressed to create a brighter and sustainable future for the younger generation.

We serve through our innovative and collaborative efforts with other agencies to counsel victims of violence. We understand the diverse cultural norms and stigmas incited by violence to each individual, thus we conduct direct-services program. Through this, we are able to give our clients of all genders and sexual orientation the support that they need so they can start a new and better life.

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API Chaya

Contact Email
info@apichaya.org
Description

API Chaya empowers survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking to gain safety, connection, and wellness.  We build power by educating and mobilizing South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and all immigrant communities to end exploitation, creating a world where all people can heal and thrive. 

API Chaya offers support, referrals, information, safety planning, and also simply to listen, on our confidential helpline. We offer support groups multiple times per year for survivors of sexual abuse/assault and human trafficking. Support groups offer opportunities to share experiences, focus on healing, connect with others and build skills in a supportive, engaging environment. API Chaya Advocates assists survivors and their families with exploring options and in accessing a wide range of resources and services to meet their unique needs, including resources and referrals for housing, legal and immigration assistance, mental health, food and financial assistance programs.

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I Ask - Don't You?

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Location
City
Olympia
Postal Code
98502
Country
USA
Event Contact
Contact Name
Luna DeLyte
Contact Phone
9077829191
Contact Email
lunadelyte@gmail.com
Description

This fundraiser is to benefit SafePlace (a non-profit organization) and aligns with the National theme of "I Ask" focusing on consent in all forms. SafePlace offers the only 24 hour sexual assault hotline in Olympia, WA, provides education, victim advocacy and resources for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. 

 

I Ask-Don't You will feature local performance artists of all kinds, from poets, drag performers, live singers, burlesque performers and anything in between. Submissions from all interested parties of a variety of performance backgrounds are absolutely encouraged. All bodies, genders, backgrounds, and lifestyles are welcome and embraced as long as you commit to ensuring a safe, encouraging and supportive space is available for your fellow performers and helping me create a secure, healing environment.  

 

I hope this event will be able to provide a source of healing, triumph and growth through art. 

 

🖤🖤🖤 Luna DeLyte is an Queer Drag Queen Moon Goddess and is a member of Free Range Drag here in Olympia, WA. She performs both drag and burlesque up and down the PNW. Prior to performing drag in WA, Luna perfomed spoken word poetry under the name Xinart in Alaska. Since 2011 Luna has experience as a Sexual Harrassment and Equal Opportunity instructor and has made it her priority to be involved in organized clothing, food and toy drives supporting sexual assault survivors. Luna is also, a sexual assault survior and believes in the importance of healing through art.

 

#IAskDontYou #SAAM #consentissexy

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Capitol Theater
Street Address Line 2
206 5th Ave SE
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WA

The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Child Forensic Interview Clinic

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Location
City
Seattle
Country
USA
Sponsoring Agency
The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
Description

Additional Information: A week-long Child Forensic Interview Clinic that provides an unparalleled intensive training opportunity for professionals responsible for investigative interviews with children in suspected abuse cases. Appropriate for those just beginning as well as those with some experience. The APSAC Clinics present a balanced review of several prominent interview models and bring some of the most well-known national experts together to teach and facilitate practice interviews which are critiqued and videotaped. The Clinic culminates with a Mock Court experience for attendees.

Participants include: law enforcement investigators, child interviewers, CPS investigators, social workers, and any other professional responsible for investigative interviews with children in suspected child abuse cases

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Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services

Description

Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) provides advocacy and support to deaf, deaf-blind, and hard-of-hearing persons who are or were victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. ADWAS also provides preventive services such as a Positive Deaf Parenting Program, a Children’s Program, and community education. The organization currently has a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to offer training in cities in the United States to help set up local organizations similar to ADWAS.

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206-726-0093
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End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI)

Contact Email
info@evawintl.org
Description

End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) strives to provide victim centered, multi-disciplinary training and expert consultation on sexual assault and domestic violence. It seeks to: cross train all disciplines with an emphasis on law enforcement investigation and police responses; encourage a coordinated response by members of domestic violence councils, SARTs and other related stakeholders; increase reporting by providing responders with data that increases their ability to effectively respond (emphasis on nonstranger sexual assault); and support and conduct research on sexual assault of females age 12 and older.

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