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Community Advocacy

YWCA’s provides drop-in, on-site crisis intervention and referral services for community members experiencing domestic violence. We are committed to offering immediate support and connecting individuals to essential resources.

The YWCA offers a range of services to assist those in need:

Drop-In and Crisis Intervention

On-Site Crisis Intervention: Immediate support for individuals in crisis.
Safety Planning: Personalized plans to ensure safety and well-being.
Referral Services: Connections to YWCA programs and community resources.

Tangible Needs

Toiletries: Basic hygiene products for those in need.
Orca Cards: Transportation assistance to help clients access services and resources.

How to Access Services
Drop-in clients and clients without an appointment can receive assistance. For more information and to get connected to an advocate, call our Community Advocate at 253-272-4181 ext. 237 or 222.


Explore YWCA Pierce County's Community Advocacy services, offering immediate support for individuals experiencing domestic violence. Our resource center The YWCA provides drop-in crisis intervention, safety planning, and referrals to essential programs and community resources.


We also offer tangible needs assistance, including toiletries and Orca cards. For more information or to connect with an advocate, visit our resource center or call 253-272-4181 ext. 222 or 237.

Phone Advocacy Hours*:

Monday-Friday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Drop-in Hours*:

Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

*If you require immediate help with a domestic violence
related situation, please contact our 24/7 hotline at 253-383-2593 or email
Looking for immediate resources?

United Way’s 211 resources list

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