LifeWire envisions a world in which every person lives in a safe
environment, free from oppression and with the opportunity to thrive. Our programs and services are
diverse and range from shelters to counseling. Our goal is to support the path of all survivors as
they work to be self-sufficient and free from violence. Explore our site, learn about domestic violence
and LifeWire, and join us in our efforts to promote strong, healthy relationships.
We hope the information you find within our site is
helpful and welcome your feedback.
If you are in immediate danger CALL 9-1-1.
If you or someone you know is in an abusive
relationship and needs help or would like to speak with someone
about domestic violence, confidential help is available 24 hours a
day by calling our help line at 425-746-1940, V/TTY available
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
As a voice against domestic violence and an advocate for victims for 31-years, LifeWire’s programs
and services have provided more than
120,000 victims of abuse with a path from domestic violence and homelessness to
self-sufficiency. LifeWire is the largest comprehensive domestic violence service provider in the State of Washington;
driving prevention through community-based initiatives and leading progress through innovative approaches
and partnerships. Our 24-Hour Help Line is often the gateway to our services where
the healing process begins. Our shelters provide safety and community for clients and their children.
counselors and advocates help survivors by providing support, guidance and encouragement to prevent and end domestic violence.
Support from our volunteers, donors, and
partners is vital as we implement and expand our programs and
services to those individuals needing our help. Please join us as we
work to end domestic violence in our community and beyond. There are
many ways you can help. You can make a
secure online donation now or
learn how you can support the
work of LifeWire.
Ward Urion, LifeWire Social Change Manager discusses domestic violence and victim blaming on New Day Northwest.
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