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Welcome to SafePlace
We're here for you, day or night. If you need to talk to an advocate right now, please call our 24-Hour HelpLine for more information, safety planning and support: (360) 754-6300
TTY: 711 and we have translation services available.
For questions about appointments, donations, or business hours, call our Business Office: (360) 786-8754
We now offer employment assistance in partnership with Pac Mountain and Worksource. Clients can call the helpline (360) 754-6300 for a referral or walk-in during walk-in hours.
January is National Trafficking Awareness + Prevention Month
“Human trafficking — whether in the form of forced labor, sex trafficking, or other offenses — is an abhorrent abuse of power and a profoundly immoral crime that strikes at the safety, health, and dignity of millions of people worldwide. During National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we reaffirm our commitment to protect and empower survivors of all forms of human trafficking, to prosecute traffickers, and to bring an end to human trafficking in the United States and around the world."
-The White House
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COVID-19 and our commitment to safety
We're dedicated to keeping our clients and staff safe at all times, and have adapted our services to continue helping our clients in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Our clients and staff will be required to practice 6-feet social distancing. When social distancing cannot be maintained, wearing a mask will be required. These requirements are in accordance with the Washington State face mask requirement, effective as of 6/26/20, as well as the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries COVID-19 guidelines.
Clients meeting with staff can choose to bring a facemask from home, or a disposable mask will be provided. For clients who cannot safely wear a facemask, a face shield will be provided as an alternative.
Cleaning and sanitizing procedures will be followed to ensure the health and safety of all clients and staff. Hand sanitizer, soap, and disinfecting wipes are available for all staff and visitors, and plexiglass shields have been installed at the front desk.
Beginning August 23, 2021, SafePlace will be returning to our regular "Walk-in Hours:"
If you need assistance filing a protection order, you can call 360-786-8754 or email email@example.com to see if there is a legal advocate available to help you at a time that works for you.
Due to COVID, we are limited to two clients in our lobby at a time and there may be times you may be asked to wait outside. With increased demand and busy advocate schedules, walk-ins are not always guaranteed and it is not guaranteed who you will be meeting with. If you need, you can call our front desk at (360) 786-8754 for more information or to see if you can be seen that day.
Our 24 hour helpline is always available as well and can be reached at (360) 754-6300.
Longer appointments can be scheduled if needed by an advocate. Due to COVID, we are limited to two clients in our lobby at a time and there may be times you may be asked to wait outside. Because of demand and busy advocate schedules, walk-ins are not always guaranteed and it is not guaranteed who you will be meeting with. If needed, you can call our front desk at, (360) 786-8754 for more information or to see if you can be seen that day. Our 24 hour helpline is always available as well and can be reached at 360-754-6300.
We are accepting walk-in contactless drop off of items from our Wish List at our Business Office Mon-Thurs, 9-12 and 1-5 PM. When dropping donations off at the Business Office, please wear a mask and wrap gifts in a box or plastic bag. We're not currently accepting donations of clothing, furniture or appliances, thank you!
Location & Hours
SAFEPLACE BUSINESS OFFICE
521 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA. 98501
MONDAY - THURSDAY
9am - 5pm
Helping write new chapters
SafePlace works for societal change to prevent sexual and domestic violence, while offering crisis intervention, education, and long term advocacy services. We have been proud and honored to serve our community since 1981, and thank you for being a part of our journey.