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 If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic, sexual violence or stalking, CADA can help.
We provide advocacy/support services to all residents of
Island County, Washington.

Yes! CADA is Still Here to Help!

 

We are still here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can call our support/crisis line any time.

This line is for those in crisis who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.

If you are in an emergency situation please call 911.Do not call our crisis line if you are in physical or emotional danger. 

Our main 24/7 crisis-line: 360.675.2232 

Toll free: 800.215.5669 

If you are not in crisis and you are simply wanting information or to schedule an appointment, please call during normal business hours

(Monday - Thursday 9 am - 5 pm)

360-675-7057

Nationwide Help is Available!

If you are unable to safely speak, log onto thehotline.org to chat with a trained advocate, or text LOVEIS to 866.331.9474.

Important CADA Updates (As of December 2023):
 

-As of December 2023, our shelter is at capacity.

 

The emergency shelter our agency has access to is NOT a homeless shelter. 

We (CADA) shelter for domestic violence related reasons only. For example, someone actively leaving/fleeing intimate partner

(intimate partner pertains to someone's past or current boyfriend/girlfriend/wife/husband/spouse/partner) 

violence qualifies for our shelter, if we have an open unit. Otherwise, we will refer to another DV agency in another county.

We do not have waitlists for our shelter, if we have an opening it is first come, first serve. Those fleeing intimate partner violence please call to be screened for our shelter. 

Resources for housing/homeless shelters on Whidbey/Camano Island:

-Whidbey Homeless Coalition, the Haven and House of Hope

https://www.whidbeyhomeless.org/ 

360.708.4533

-Housing Support Center

https://www.islandcountywa.gov/383/Housing-Assistance

360.678.7804

-Island County Opportunity Council

https://www.oppco.org/basic-needs/housing/ 

360.679.6577 

-Off island shelter/housing resources:

-Anacortes Family Center

https://www.anacortesfamily.org/

360.293.2993

-Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services

Skagit County

https://www.skagitdvsas.org/

360.336.9591

-Friendship House

(Skagit County)

https://www.skagitfriendshiphouse.org/

​360.336.6138

-Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services

Whatcom County

https://www.dvsas.org/

360.671.5714

-Whatcom Homeless Service Center

https://www.oppco.org/whsc/

360.255.2091

-Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County

https://dvs-snoco.org/

425.252.2873

Other crisis line/24 hour line resources:

-Washington Recovery Help Line:

A 24/7 confidential help line for anyone struggling with substance abuse or mental health.

1.866.789.511

-Crisis Text Line:

A free 24/7 text-based crisis intervention service.

Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor.

-Teen Link:

A free, confidential help line for teens by teens.

Call, text, or chat 1.866.833.6546 evenings from 6pm-10pm PT.

-Native and Strong Lifeline:

A crisis line dedicated to supporting Washington’s American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

Call or text 9-8-8 +4.

-Suicide and Crisis Line:

A free 24/7 crisis line that provides confidential support for those in distress. Call or text 9-8-8.

-Island, Skagit, Snohomish & Whatcom County Crisis line:

24-hour mental/behavioral health hotline 

800.584.3578

 

-At CADA, our primary goal is to support survivors 24/7.

Given the impact of COVID-19 pandemic we are taking precautions to keep our staff and clients safe by observing social distancing guidelines.​ CADA is doing our part to keep everyone healthy and safe by following all CDC guidelines.

These precautions include:

-Increased sanitizing procedures in our office

 -Mask wearing during all in person appointments

-The option to schedule remote advocacy appointments.

 This includes phone appointments being available for all of our clients.

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