Check out our two Sexual Assault Awareness Month poster contest winners! These two students went above and beyond to lend their creative voices to the conversation about sexual assault and help us spread awareness. Over 40 Island County high school students submitted amazing entries, some of which will be displayed at our SA Awareness Exhibit on April 23rd from 9am-5pm at Oak Harbor Library.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic or sexual violence, CADA can help you. We provide free and confidential assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, elder abuse, stalking, child abuse or neglect.
CADA services include a 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention, advocacy, safety planning, legal advocacy, court support, medical advocacy, information and referral to community resources and emergency shelter. We also offer community education programs to youth and adults.
If you or someone you know has experienced domestic violence or sexual assault, please call us at 360-675-2232 or 360-675-7057. You can turn to us for help. We will help guide you toward self-sufficiency and a life free of violence.
“I want to thank you for not giving up on me like other people have. It really means a lot to me. I never told anybody everything about my life and I’m very grateful that I turned to you. I can turn to you when I’m happy, crazy, sad or just not being me or wanting to be me. You have been supportive through everything that I’ve been through.
You’ve truly shown me that yes when I’m in my darkest days that there is a light, that there is something more in life, that there is HOPE. I hope one day I can change people’s lives like you do and to let them know ‘to take one day at a time’. My dream is to be an advocate like you.” - CADA Client