LOCATION: Spokane, WA

Spokane, WA

Serving the greater Spokane area

Contact Information

Address

210 W. Sprague Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

Phone

509-747-8224

Email

Fax

509-747-0609

Map

Spokane

Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tues: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thu: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Director

Erin Williams

Sexual Assault 24-hour Crisis Line:

(Call or Text*)

509-624-7273

*Follow all safety and privacy guidelines when texting the hotline. Hotline texting is available during business hours only.

Access to an interpreter in your language is available, at no cost, to ensure the highest quality of service.

*No one will be denied services based in inability to pay and discounts are available based on family size and income.

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Youth ages 9-12 are invited to join our 6 week support group for Preteens with Separated Parents.

**To join, participants must have Medicaid insurance and complete an intake by January 24, 2023.**

For more information or to join the group please contact:
Jessica McClellan at 509-381-4932 or jessica.mcclellan@lcsnw.org

Youth will learn to manage the stages of separation and take home skills to help them regulate emotions and communicate.

[Week 1] psycho-Ed, normalizing separated families, rapport building activities.

[Week 2] learning self care, coping skills, and regulating emotions.

[Week 3] managing guilt and other emotions commonly associated with separating parents at this age range.

[Week 4] self identity, children have both mom and dad in their blood and when there is conflict between parents it can be hard to figure out who they really are and want to be.

[Week 5] communication skills.

[Week 6] the larger impact, adjusting to change, and answering any questions kiddos still have.
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Youth ages 9-12 are invited to join our 6 week support group for Preteens with Separated Parents.

**To join, participants must have Medicaid insurance and complete an intake by January 24, 2023.**

For more information or to join the group please contact:
Jessica McClellan at 509-381-4932 or jessica.mcclellan@lcsnw.org

Youth will learn to manage the stages of separation and take home skills to help them regulate emotions and communicate.

[Week 1] psycho-Ed, normalizing separated families, rapport building activities.

[Week 2] learning self care, coping skills, and regulating emotions.

[Week 3] managing guilt and other emotions commonly associated with separating parents at this age range.

[Week 4] self identity, children have both mom and dad in their blood and when there is conflict between parents it can be hard to figure out who they really are and want to be.

[Week 5] communication skills.

[Week 6] the larger impact, adjusting to change, and answering any questions kiddos still have.

💙You can support and ✊empower survivors of crime by becoming a volunteer Crisis Response Advocate. #HealthJusticeHope

For more info or to sign up for our January 2023 training, visit lcsnw.org/volunteer/crisis-response-advocate
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💙You can support and ✊empower survivors of crime by becoming a volunteer Crisis Response Advocate. #HealthJusticeHope

For more info or to sign up for our January 2023 training, visit lcsnw.org/volunteer/crisis-response-advocate

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Become a volunteer member

It’s important that we keep the voices and experiences of our clients and their loved ones at the center of our work.

If you are a current or former LCS client, loved one, or foster parent over age 13, we invite you to become a Volunteer Client Advisory Council member. Talk with your provider to schedule a meeting with our director to complete your orientation.

Meetings are held quarterly (Jan/Apr/Aug/Oct) at 5:30pm.

Topics include: client rights & service, cultural competency & diversity, facility, community engagement & outreach, etc.

 

Join our Youth Advisory Board!

Help normalize the conversation about mental health.

The #Work2BWell Project funded by Providence health system is transforming into a collaboration between our SAFeT Clinical and Victim Advocacy Teams. In addition to the Youth Mental Wellness Advisory Board, the program is expanding to include greater emotional support for participants undergoing their own healing process.

What: Learning and promoting the Work2BeWell digital wellness and empowerment program

When: Once monthly for 1 hour (days & times TBD)

Become a Crisis Response Advocate

Volunteers are vital to the success of our advocacy programs, and make it possible to staff our Sexual Assault Support Line 24 hours/ seven days per week.

Free training provided with flexible shifts answering the crisis line.

We are currently recruiting for our October 2022 training. Please contact us before the training is full.

Email crisisresponseteam@lcsnw.org or call our Volunteer & Intern Supervisor at (509) 343-5045

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