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Human Response Network
Lewis County's Accredited Victim's Services Provider
"Dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence and responding with compassion to victims"
What We Do: Advocacy
When the crisis of domestic violence, sexual assault occurs, Human Response Network is there for the survivor.
We respond as advocates. The way we advocate for a client is dependent on the client’s needs and desires.
If you have been the victim of domestic violence, sexual assault: Remember...you are not alone, and it’s not your fault.
What is advocacy? Our primary focus is on physical and emotional safety planning and on the empowerment of the client through reinforcing the client's autonomy and self-determination. Advocates are here to listen and support you, to help you problem solve regarding any issues or barriers you face in getting safe or creating a new life for yourself.
Advocacy-based services use problem solving methods and includes identifying barriers to safety; developing safety checking and planning skills; clarifying issues; solving problems; increasing self esteem and self-awareness; and improving and implementing skills in decision making, parenting, self-help and self-care.
FROM THE NORTH:
Take I-5 south to exit 77. Turn left at the light and go straight for approximately 0.5 miles. At Chehalis Ave, turn left. Go one block. We are on the left side of the street.
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FROM THE SOUTH:
Take I-5 north to exit 77. Turn right at the light and go straight for approximately 0.5 miles. At Chehalis Ave, turn left. Go one block. We are on the left side of the street.