If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic or sexual violence, CADA can help you.
COVID-19 Resources for Survivors & Service Providers
In a crisis, accurate information from credible sources is essential. Here are resources to help.
If you need help and are unable to speak safely, log onto thehotline.org or text
LOVEIS to 22522
YES! CADA is Still Here to Help!
At CADA our primary goal is to support survivors 24/7. Given the impact of COVID-19 we are taking precautions to keep our staff and clients safe by observing social distancing guidelines. At this time our highly trained Advocates will be working remotely to ensure continued support for survivors. Call our office to make a phone appointment with your advocate, or for support & resources at any time.
We are still here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are in an emergency situation please call 911. You can call our support/crisis line any time: 800.215.5669 to speak with someone.
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.
CADA's services are free, confidential, and available to everyone
If someone you know has experienced domestic violence or sexual assault, please call us at 360-675-2232 or 360-675-7057. You can turn to us for help. We will help guide you or another toward self-sufficiency and a life free of violence.
If you would like to become more involved, we need volunteers, donations, and employees.
CADA provides domestic violence and sexual assault information, referrals to community resources, and resources for youth education and cell phone safety. We also offer community education programs to youth and adults.
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page or click the button below to learn more.
We provide free and confidential assistance to survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, elder abuse, stalking, child abuse or neglect. CADA services include a 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention, advocacy, safety planning, legal advocacy, court support, medical advocacy, information and referral to community resources and emergency shelter.