PLAN OF ACTION-MARCH 23, 2020-COVID-19

PLAN OF ACTION MARCH 23, 2020, COVID-19

UPDATE:
Our doors in Port Angeles and in Sequim are locked. Advocates working from home and will regularly check in with sheltered clients. Phones at both our office locations will still be answered during business hours and for an after hours emergency regarding domestic violence or sexual assault please call our 24-hour crisis line (360) 452-HELP (4357).

There is a lot to think about and we are doing our best to navigate this unknown territory and avoid any panic while prioritizing the health and safety of staff and clients and continuing essential service delivery.

We are monitoring notices from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention for updates.
Our Facebook page and our agency website will be updated periodically.

We have a 24-hour crisis line that is always monitored so if any clients have an emergent need that cannot wait, we can be reached. That number is (360) 452-HELP (4357).

Our therapist will be contacting his clients for cancellations or alternative ways to meet (Skype or Facetime).

We will get back to you if you call after hours and leave a voice mail.

 

Our Facebook page and our agency website will be updated periodically. We have a 24-hour crisis line that is always monitored so if any clients have an emergent need that cannot wait, we can be reached. That number is (360) 452-HELP

We will get back to you if you leave a voice mail.

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Run For Safe Families 2018

In recognition of DV Awareness month this race and silent victim vigil will take place at the Port Angeles City Pier along the Waterfront Discovery trail. The race will be an out and back, starting and ending at the pier. $25 for adult individuals and $10 dollars for children under 18. All proceeds support Healthy Families of Clallam County providing services to local victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. This is a family friendly event. All runners, walkers, strollers, kids, dogs on leashes are welcome. There will be family pricing for families of 3 or more who register together. You can register online at the link below through webscorer.com or on site the morning of the event. There will be finisher medals for the kiddos and snacks after the run. Also after the run will be a puppet show. See our Facebook page for a working link to webscorer.Fun Run Flyer 2018

https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=153382

 

We are a United Way agency.

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2017 Run for Safe Families

On-line registration:
https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=111225&owner=1#wsbtnsec

HEALTHY FAMILIES’ RUN FOR SAFE FAMILIES 5K/10K

City Pier, Saturday October 21, 2017

Day of event: Registration starts at 9 am

Run starts at 10 am

All runners, walkers, joggers, strollers, dogs on leashes welcome.

Participants will travel along the waterfront trail and finish at the City Pier. All proceeds will benefit local adult and child survivors of sexual assault/violence.

 

Costs: $25 adults 18 and older, $10 kids ages 10-17, $45 for a family of 3, $50 for a family of 4, $55 for a family of 5 or more.

 

Child runners will receive a medal.

 

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New Volunteer Coordinator-Pamela M. Wise

Through the Ben and Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust we have hired a new volunteer coordinator, Pamela M. Wise comes to us with extensive experience as a Program Liaison in a healthcare setting and a love of people. She is looking to  orient potential volunteers to increase their understanding of Healthy Families of Clallam County, its clients, its services and the role and responsibilities of volunteers. There are many roles volunteers can take on to help strengthen the organization and carry out its mission including crisis line coverage, fundraising activities, court watch, babysitting, donation procurement, front desk coverage, health fairs and language interpretation. Pamela can be reached at (360) 452-3811

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