Most prisoners will be released into a foreign digital world, a world that has changed by leaps and bounds in the years they spent ‘inside’, and the prison system does nothing to prepare them for that.
Would you help someone in prison understand the new world we live in?
How We Help We provide presentations and trainings for diverse populations and ages at schools, churches, colleges and universities, communities and parent groups around matters of personal safety, issues of consent, teen rape, dating violence and sexual harassment.
In addition, we provide workshops on identifying and reporting suspected abuse for mandatory reporters of child sexual abuse such as teachers, medical staff and child care providers.
Working with evidence-based practices, we help people pick up the pieces and feel whole again.
Click here to email our intake team with questions or to set up an appointment for counseling.
Our advocates can ease the burden of the legal process by assisting with protection orders, preparing for interviews, trials and more.
Support Groups We lead a variety of support groups related to coping with the aftermath of abuse and trauma.
We heal the hearts and minds of children and adults who have suffered from trauma, or sexual, physical or emotional abuse, often by people they know and should be able to trust. We offer the area’s only crisis response hotlines, so our Advocates are available anytime with medical or legal support. 24 Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line: (509) 624-7273 24 Hour Crime Victim Crisis Line: (866) 751-7119 Many individuals do not seek professional help and end up in a lifelong struggle to lead a normal life.To arrange for a presentation or workshop, please call 509-343-5032 or by e-mail. Mike Leach is back for another episode, featuring Luke Falk memories, targeting rule breakdowns, and speed traps in Iowa.Friendship, community, a sense of belonging is what human beings crave for, and prisoners should not be deprived of that.Browse the inmate profiles, read some articles and then see if you can help make someone’s day in prison more bearable.You may be feeling overwhelmed, isolated or scared.