Our Vashon Community is standing up against Domestic Violence! Join us and help make the difference our island needs! Core Centric: Saturday 8:30am Barre Classes Oct 8, 15, 28th, ...
We are here to help! Everyone deserves to be safe in their homes and in their relationships.
9am- 5pm Monday-Friday
Call or text: (206) 462-0911 or (206) 940-6430
In support of each other’s wellbeing & in solidarity with Public Health’s recommendations for social distancing, The Vashon DOVE Project staff will be working remotely to be able to serve and support you, via talk, text or email. We continue to be available for survivors, family, friends and community members during this time. As always, our services are free & confidential.
If we are unable to answer your call, please leave a voicemail with information as to the safest and most convenient way to contact you. An advocate will get back to you as quickly as possible.
All community group events sponsored by DOVE have been transferred to online and teleconference options at this time. We will update changes as they occur, and continue to support resiliency in our community, and respect for each other’s boundaries and well wishes. Thank you for helping us protect our community and each other.
For the latest information on COVID-19 developments and support services being provided on Vashon Island, please visit Vashon’s BePrepared neighbors helping neighbors emergency response network at http://vashonbeprepared.org/
BUILDING COMMUNITY. ENDING ABUSE.
Who We Are
The DOVE Project provides compassionate advocacy to survivors of domestic violence living on Vashon Island, both through support and direct services. Our goal is to build a community where abuse is eliminated and personal empowerment is promoted through prevention, education, and training.
where victims become
Survivors of intimate partner violence are overwhelmingly female. Abuse can impact your job, housing, food security, and health. You are not alone. All cultural, religious, socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds are affected by domestic violence.
If you are a man and are being abused, you are not alone. We know how difficult it can be to find support as a man experiencing violence and abuse in an intimate relationship as some people don’t understand how a man can be abused.
1 in 3 teens in a dating relationship have been verbally, emotionally, sexually, or physically abused. Everyone, regardless of age, deserves to be in a healthy relationship.
All too often LGBTQ folks are invisible victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Support and advocacy is provided to LGBTQ folks of all genders who are surviving abuse.