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New Hope Offices

840 E. Plum
Moses Lake, WA 98837

509-764-8402
Office hours: Monday - Friday 8-5

165 N. 1st Ave
Othello, WA 99344

509-488-2699
Office hours: M, T, TH, F 10-4

24 hour Victim Access Hotline


1-888-560-6027

 

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New Hope Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault services operates off of grants, and by donations from citizens like you.  You can now use the easy PayPal option below.  Just click on the donate button and choose any amount you wish.  Thank you so much for supporting this very important program.

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WHAT IS ABUSE?

If your partner uses one or more of the following to control you:

  • Pushing, hitting, slapping, choking, kicking or biting.

  • Threatening you, your children, other family members, or pets.

  • Threatening suicide to get you to do something.

  • Using or threatening to use a weapon against you.

  • Keeping or taking your paychecks.

  • Puts you down or makes you feel bad.

  • Forcing you to have sex, or to do sexual acts you do not want or like.

  • Keeping you from seeing your friends, family or going to work.

WHAT IS DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE?


Domestic Violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.  Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person.  This includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten, terrorize, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt injure or wound someone.

 

 

OUR MISSION

New Hope Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services works with survivors, educators and community partners, so that together, we can end the violence.

PLAN FOR YOUR SAFETY


Seek the support of a caring person who
understands this is a very real problem.

 

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

 

Seek medical attention as soon as
possible. Tell the truth about injuries.

 

Ask for information on legal rights,
medical protection, and domestic
violence advocacy.

 

Work out a safety plan, with help, to
protect yourself and your children.

 

Learn how to break away from the cycle
of abuse. You are NOT alone.


YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO
BE FREE FROM ABUSE!!!

 


NEW HOPE PROVIDES…

 

24-Hour Crisis Line: Available for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

Medical Advocacy: Trained advocates will accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to medical facilities.

 

Legal Advocacy: Advocates support the individual’s choice regarding reporting the crime. Advocates provide information about the legal system and are available to accompany and support the victim throughout the legal process.

 

Community Advocacy: New Hope can provide referrals to therapists who are experts in providing care to survivors of sexual assault. New Hope makes referrals to other agencies that can provide help and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Trained advocates can provide personal support, emergency shelter, food and clothing.  Therapy sessions can be offered to survivors so they may express their feelings, thoughts and fears.

 

Support Groups: New Hope provides peer support groups for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call for the location of the one nearest you.

 

Trainings and Presentations: New Hope provides trainings, workshop, and age appropriate presentations for schools, community agencies and organizations as well as for the business community to educate that domestic violence and sexual assault affects the whole community, not just the victim.


 

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