The professionals at Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse know recovery from sexual or physical and domestic violence is a lengthy process. Recovery and healing is a personal journey. Yes, time eases the pain. But, if you’re struggling, it doesn’t mean you’ve developed serious mental or emotional problems. Everyone recovers on their own timeline.
During the course of healing, some people become more aware of their own strengths and more confident in the power of the healing process. People do recover from sexual and physical assault, just as they recover from other crises. We know, because we’ve helped thousands of survivors, their friends and families find their own paths to healing. And we’re here to help you, too.
Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse provides the medical component of a multidisciplinary team that serves victims of sexual and physical abuse in Snohomish County. The bigger team includes law enforcement, child protective services, victim advocacy, prosecution and mental health agencies – all working together to provide the best possible services to victims of sexual and physical abuse and their families.
The Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse is fully accredited by the Washington State Office of Crime Victims Advocacy. In the State of Washington, child sexual assault programs are surveyed every four years. The survey is a condition for receiving grants from the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy on both state and federal levels. During our most recent review, we received a perfect score on 42 standards. The survey results reflect the quality of services and the overall performance of our organization.
Our Mission: As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. The staff of Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse provides exceptional care as a reflection our values of compassion, dignity, justice, excellence and integrity.
We can be contacted through any Emergency Department in Snohomish County
24-Hour Crisis Line
Medical / Nursing Office
Become a Volunteer Advocate
TTY (hearing impaired)
All advocacy services are provided free of charge.
Interpretive services are available upon request.