The Vashon DOVE Project
Dignity Opportunity Voice & Empowerment
The DOVE Project is a domestic violence and sexual assault agency that provides survivor services, prevention education and community programming in an effort to reduce interpersonal harm.
DOVE offers a wide range of services to support domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.
From trainings on bystander intervention, financial empowerment, and self-defense, to talks on the root causes of domestic violence.
Our Community Outreach is a combination of connection, prevention, and advocacy.
How We Help:
Education on domestic & sexual violence
Access to English & Spanish bilingual services
Short term emergency shelter
Public assistance support
Reproductive health support
(pregnancy tests, Plan B, condoms)
To Go Bags
Support for specialized private therapy
Online support groups
Phones and computers for loan
Referrals to trusted doctors
Referrals to therapists & social service teams
If you are being abused, remember:
You are not alone. It is not your fault.
You deserve healthy, happy relationships.
Domestic violence can happen to anyone regardless of race, age, sexual orientation, religion or gender. It can look different for everyone and may include emotional and/or psychological abuse, economic abuse, physical violence or sexual assault.
Abuse affects people of all income and education levels and can happen to intimate partners who are married, living together or dating.
At The Vashon DOVE Project, we serve all survivors of domestic violence. DOVE can give you support, help you maintain safety for your family, identify goals, and help you achieve those goals. We are in your corner. And we know that for some members of our community, accessing help and resources can be particularly difficult.
Get in touch with us in whatever way is safest for you. It’s your first step to changing your life.
We’re here to talk, we're here to help.