Domestic Violence Shelter

Safeplace:

(360) 754-6300 (TTY# 771)

SafePlace provides shelter for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their children. The address for the SafePlace shelter is confidential, so survivors who wish to utilize this service must call the 24hr hotline to speak with an advocate who determines the need and urgency of the situation  Bed space is limited, but advocates can help survivors find other resources if Safeplace beds are not available. To see more information about SafePlace and their resources, as well as their walk-in office hours, etc., click here.

Multilingual interpretation, including spanish and cambodian, available through the crisis line.  For Asian-Pacific Islander/Vietnamese language resource, call Davy Long, 360-786-8754, x 107.

Turning Point:

(360) 432-1212 (24 hr line). Business line is 360-426-1216. Toll free: 877-923-1212 Business hours are Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Address: P.O. Box 2014, Shelton WA 98584.   Turning Point provides emergency confidential shelter for survivors of domestic violence.  Survivors wishing to utilize this service must call the 24 hr crisis line to speak with an advocate for a simple phone screening.  If eligible, woman will be scheduled for an intake interview at the facility.  Clients eligibility is based on the lethality of their situation.   Bed space is limited, but advocates can help survivors find other resources if beds are not available.  Advocates are available by phone 24 hours a day.  Turning Point advocates provide weekly case management including safety planning, legal support, medical assistance, housing search, resume building, support groups and domestic violence education for survivors.  Bilingual (Spanish and English) advocacy is available. *Turning Point is located in Mason County but serves all survivors.

Partners in Prevention Education

(360) 357-4472

Partners in Prevention Education provides limited emergency motel vouchers for homeless and at-risk young adults fleeing sexual exploitation or domestic violence. Motel vouchers are limited to a one or two night stay while the individual works with an advocate on safety planning and to identify more long-term shelter or housing options.

Domestic Violence shelters in other counties:

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence [on the web]