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Out of Tragedy Comes Hope

Out of Tragedy Comes Hope

Some anniversaries you celebrate, and others you reflect. This is about three women who recently reflected on an anniversary that touched their lives.Peggy Ray, Lori Morgan and Caroline Neal work for LCS Northwest at the Arlington Community Resource Center. They...

Finding the Road to Recovery

Finding the Road to Recovery

Klamath Falls, OR – It took Amber Avitable 20 years to find the road to recovery. It wasn’t easy to find, but now she believes in herself.“I’ve learned that I have a purpose in life,” Amber said with a smile. “Nothing can hold me back in life if I don’t let it.”The...

Gethsemane Welcomes LCS Immigration

Gethsemane Welcomes LCS Immigration

Earlier this year, LCS Northwest was invited to house our Seattle Immigration Counseling services at Gethsemane Lutheran Church. We graciously accepted the offer.This urban congregation actively embraces people of many gender identities and expressions, sexual...

Candidate Visits: Message of Hope

Candidate Visits: Message of Hope

By Erin Williams, District Director(Editor’s note: Erin Williams leads our work in Spokane. Prior to that, she was our Director of Victim Advocacy in Spokane.) We don’t endorse candidates up for election, but they can learn about us and we can learn from them. With...

Rapping for Mental Health

Rapping for Mental Health

Three balloons float in Travis Civic Rybarski’s office. They’re a gift from a coworker celebrating his passion: rap music.   “When I come to work, being a rapper is still my first identity,” he said. “I’m also a youth partner when I’m rapping.”   As a Youth...

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