SafePlace works for societal change to prevent sexual and domestic violence while offering crisis intervention, education, and long-term advocacy services.
Who We Are
SafePlace is the Thurston County agency for sexual and domestic violence survivors, including their children and families. We improve our community by ensuring that the needs of these survivors are understood and addressed.
What We Do
SafePlace, a feminist non-profit organization, is dedicated exclusively to:
Preventing sexual and domestic violence by engaging our community, and advocating for societal change through an understanding of the root causes of such violence;
Providing 24-hour crisis intervention and long-term support services, including emergency shelter, sexual assault response, and a helpline for survivors of sexual and domestic violence;
Promoting community social justice and the vision of a community free of sexual and domestic violence by encouraging an understanding of the underlying oppression that contributes to such violence.