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Skagit DVSAS is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit organization located in Mount Vernon, WA, serving Skagit County since 1979. We are the recognized provider of domestic violence and sexual assault services in Skagit County.
We provide services to any victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, recent or past. We also assist family members and friends of those who have been assaulted or abused.
Skagit DVSAS provides advocacy services to the community regardless of age, gender, race, color, religion, culture, national origin, sexual orientation, economic status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability.
We provide confidential assistance for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, rape, child sexual abuse, stalking, elder abuse, sexual assault and sexual harassment. Services include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, advocacy-based counseling, legal, medical and social services advocacy, support groups, children’s advocacy and community education and prevention. All services are confidential and free. Find out more about our services here.
All services are free and completely confidential.
SDVSAS sincerely appreciates the Skagit Community Foundation's ongoing support and generosity. It is an honor to partner with this wonderful foundation in support of Skagit's interpersonal violence survivors. View Website »
10/1/2021 - 10/31/2021
Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021 has arrived!
DVAM was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to unite the individuals and organizations working to address domestic violence issues. Over 30 years later, what began as a single day of unity has become a month-long, nationwide movement whose mission is to raise awareness around violence and to prevent its spread.
Domestic Violence Awareness month gives SDVSAS the opportunity every year to come together with the Skagit community and increase awareness around ways domestic violence can be prevented and how victims can be supported. During the COVID-19 pandemic, SDVSAS has seen an increased need for interpersonal violence services and the importance of community and connection for victims of violence.
Want to get involved? Click below to learn more!