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Domestic Violence Services Snohomish County: Wish List

Visit their website: Domestic Violence Services Snohomish County.

Please help them out!

Below is an any-time-of-the-year wish list for the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County shelter and housing department!

Shelter Wish List:

New white towels, hand towels, and wash cloths
New sheet sets (Full/twin size)
Soft fleecy blankets (Twin and full size)
New Car seats- Toddler, booster – we do NOT take used car seats
New umbrella strollers and double strollers
New Duffle bags/ Big sturdy shopping bags (for when families move)
Baby bottles/sippie cups
Dishwasher safe plastic drinking cups
Coffee mugs
White laundry baskets
Free & Clear laundry detergent
Feminine hygiene supplies (tampons and pads)
Full sized Lotions
Ethnic hair products
Journals for adults, teens, and children
Dolls and toys that reflect diversity
Umbrellas
Baby monitors
Women’s underwear – small, medium and large
Men’s knit boxer briefs – small and medium
Boy’s knit boxer briefs – all sizes
Boy’s socks – all sizes
Boy’s pajama’s – sizes 6-14
Housing Department Wish List:

Dish sets
Glasses (set of 4 or 8)
Knife set
Shower curtains and rings
Bath sets (floor mats, etc.)
Cleaning supplies
Dish towels
Coffee makers
Coffee mugs
Children’s dish sets (toddler)
Storage containers (sets)
Silverware
Bedding sets (twin/full)
Microwave

Visit their website: Domestic Violence Services Snohomish County.

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Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services
Washington State Department of Social & Health Services. Publication Date: March 2015. Updated: January 15, 2019.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2017 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, 42 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 24,692 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,672 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 97,688 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2016 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, 43 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 25,120 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,957 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 94,627 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2015 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, 44 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 23,728 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,690 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 91,263 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2014 – In the year ending June 30, 2014, 43 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 21,807 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,855 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 95,232 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services