Partners in Prevention is deeply committed to supporting the voice of youth who have faced issues of violence. We work directly with homeless youth and young adults to build opportunities to publish, speak, and be heard.
All services for youth and young adults (ages 13-30) who have lived through sexual assault, abuse and/or general crimes (Arson, Burglary, Fraud, Identity Theft, Child Abuse and Neglect, Elder/Vulnerable adult Abuse, Kidnapping/Missing Persons, Human Trafficking (Sex Trafficking & Labor Trafficking), Assault, Homicide, Robbery, Hate and Bias Crimes, Gang Violence) and are homeless, street-dependent or at-risk are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
If you or someone you know is in need of services please contact us at (360) 357-4472 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hearing impaired callers may use the Washington Relay Service toll-free at 1-800-833-6388 or by dialing 711 from any landline phone.
All services are free and based on the needs of the person receiving them.**
**Please be aware that as service providers, we are mandated reporters and are required by law to contact Protective Services if you are in immediate danger from yourself or another and we have identifying information (such as your legal name, age or place of residence). In an effort to empower individuals, we are committed to providing you with an accurate representation of our abilities and limitations.
- Sexual Violence Prevention: Engaging the next generation
- Working with Youth Who are Marginalized
- What DO youth need from Youth Advocates?
- Mandated Reporting
- Working with LGBTQQIA youth
- Community Development & Sexual Violence Prevention*Presentations utilize a popular education model to invite participants to engage in conversations focused on the underlying causes of sexual and domestic violence, available resources and creating prevention strategies.
New Law Protects domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking survivors at work!
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs (Information, Training)
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Information, Resource List by County, Training)
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets-PSKS (Information, Resources for Seattle Area)
Washington State Bar Association-Landlord Tenant Laws (Information)
Evergreen State College-Office of Sexual Assault Prevention (Information, Referrals, Resources