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1. Safe Place (this service is a priority service)

Crisis Response Hotline

Call for location

(800) 422-8336

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://youthcare.org/our-programs/safe-place

Description: Offers access to immediate help and safety for youth ages 12-17 in crisis. A youth may call the hotline or visiit a facility displaying the Safe Place sign to request help, such as reconnecting with a parent/guardian or finding shelter.

Description: Offers access to immediate help and safety for youth ages 12-17 in crisis. A youth may call the hotline or visiit a facility displaying the Safe Place sign to request help, such as reconnecting with a parent/guardian or finding shelter.

2. Crisis Connections (this service is a priority service)

24-Hour Crisis Line

9725 3rd Ave NE, Suite 300, Seattle, WA, 98115

6 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 461-3222

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 https://www.crisisconnections.org/24-hour-crisis-line/

Description: Operates a telephone access point for all those in King County experiencing an emotional crisis. Offers emotional support, community resource information and referrals; provides screening for outreach and involuntary commitment.

Description: Operates a telephone access point for all those in King County experiencing an emotional crisis. Offers emotional support, community resource information and referrals; provides screening for outreach and involuntary commitment.

Helpline

Call for location

(206) 325-0325

Contact Hours: M-F, 10am-4pm.

Website

 http://www.apichaya.org/

Description: Operates a helpline for Asian and Pacific Islander women victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. Helps with obtaining protection orders; accompanies clients to meetings with lawyers; helps negotiate public assistance benefits.

Description: Operates a helpline for Asian and Pacific Islander women victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. Helps with obtaining protection orders; accompanies clients to meetings with lawyers; helps negotiate public assistance benefits.

LGBTQ Helpline

517 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, 98122

0 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 323-5428

Contact Hours: M-F, 11am-8pm; Sa, 11am-5pm.

Website

 http://www.gaycity.org/resources

Description: Helpline provides information and referral to local organizations who primarily identify with and/or serve the LGBTQ community. Includes medical, mental health, chemical dependency, employment, education, recreation and legal resources.

Description: Helpline provides information and referral to local organizations who primarily identify with and/or serve the LGBTQ community. Includes medical, mental health, chemical dependency, employment, education, recreation and legal resources.

Advocacy Services

4250 S Mead St, Seattle, WA, 98118

5 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 722-2321

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm.

Website

 https://www.mothernation.org/

Description: Provides direct advocacy for native women during life emergencies. Can provide transportation, housing and legal support.

Description: Provides direct advocacy for native women during life emergencies. Can provide transportation, housing and legal support.

Survivor Services

1609 19th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122

1 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 853-6243

Contact Hours: Daily, 10am-9pm.

Website

 http://seattleops.org/

Description: Offers a variety of support services for survivors of prostitution, including support groups, counseling, case management, a drop-in center, art workshops and a men's accountability program.

Description: Offers a variety of support services for survivors of prostitution, including support groups, counseling, case management, a drop-in center, art workshops and a men's accountability program.

Domestic Violence Information and Assistance Helpline

Seattle, WA, 98124

2 Miles—Get Directions

(888) 847-7205

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Description: Helpline and website provide information on domestic violence and where to get help in King County. Targets immigrant and refugee women who speak limited English.

Description: Helpline and website provide information on domestic violence and where to get help in King County. Targets immigrant and refugee women who speak limited English.

The REST House Transitional Housing

4215 Rainier Ave S, Suite B, Seattle, WA, 98118

4 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 451-7378

Contact Hours: 24 hours daily.

Website

 http://iwantrest.com

Description: Operates a transitional living program for young women, ages 18-24, who are escaping a life of sexual exploitation. May also serve clients with one child, ages 2 or younger. Program includes counseling, classes and other services.

Description: Operates a transitional living program for young women, ages 18-24, who are escaping a life of sexual exploitation. May also serve clients with one child, ages 2 or younger. Program includes counseling, classes and other services.

Community Advocacy and Case Management

4215 Rainier Ave S, Suite B, Seattle, WA, 98118

4 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 451-7378

Contact Hours: Hotline: 24 hours daily. Visit in person: M-Th, 2-8pm.

Website

 http://iwantrest.com

Description: Victims of sex trafficking through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, resource management, and service facilitation.

Description: Victims of sex trafficking through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, resource management, and service facilitation.

Trafficking Victims Support Program

4008 MLK Jr Way S, Seattle, WA, 98108

3 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 721-3846

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm. See application field for after-hours.

Website

 http://rewa.org

Description: Provides men, women and children survivors of human trafficking with advocacy, case management, shelter, food vouchers, medical aid, counseling, immigration-related legal representation, collaboration with law enforcement and referrals.

Description: Provides men, women and children survivors of human trafficking with advocacy, case management, shelter, food vouchers, medical aid, counseling, immigration-related legal representation, collaboration with law enforcement and referrals.

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