If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic
or sexual violence, CADA can help.
We provide advocacy 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.
If you are in an emergency situation please call 911.
You can call our support/crisis line any time:
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.
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.
CADA is doing our part to keep everyone healthy and safe by following all CDC guidelines. This includes increased sanitizing procedures in our office, mask wearing during all in person appointments, as well as the option to schedule advocacy phone appointments.
Important Updates (As of May 2023):
Due to short staffing.....
-Advocacy appointments are currently booking out for 2-3 weeks out for new clients. We sincerely apologize for these circumstances and hope to have more staff soon so this will no longer be a barrier.
-Parenting classes are on hold due to short staffing. Please follow up with our social media and website for updates when these classes will resume. We apologize for the inconvenience.
-We are temporarily closing daily 12 - 1 pm Monday - Friday for our staff lunch break. Our staff will try to answer the phone when it rings during this time when possible.
-If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone during this time, or anytime outside of our regular business hours, please call our 24/7 crisis line:
Toll Free: 800-215-5669
-As of May 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 a domestic violence relationship/intimate partner violence qualifies for our shelter.
If you need resources for homeless shelters on Whidbey/Camano Island reach out to: