Services Offered by HFCC

24/7/365 Confidential Crisis Line
360-452-HELP (4357)

Emergency & Bridge Housing
24 Hour availability, including an advocate to work with a sheltered resident and children in seeking legal, medical, and social services.  Follow up services for survivors after they leave shelter.

Medical Advocacy
 Accompaniment to the hospital; Finding appropriate follow-up health care.

Legal Advocacy
Assistance with protection orders, courtroom support, referrals, help navigating the system.

No Contact Order Class

System Advocacy 
Help navigating other social service systems, such as DSHS, schools, housing/landlord.

Provided free of cost for adults, teens and children healing from rape, sexual abuse, or domestic violence.

Advocacy Based Counseling 
Help and support navigating emotions.  Unbiased and free from judgement.

Crisis Intervention
You are NOT alone!

Educational Clinics for Divorcing Parents
Children in the Middle is a 3 hour session designed to help divorcing parents raise awareness and strategize interactions to counteract potentially negative effects of divorce on them.

Public School Sessions
Age appropriate education for children about domestic violence and sexual assault issues.

Community Education and Prevention
In-service training for the Clallam County Community.

Women’s and Men’s Weekly Domestic Violence Support Group
For women or men healing domestic abuse.

Speaker’s Bureau
Call 360-452-3811 for more information or bookings.