Comprehensive Healthcare’s Aspen Victim Advocacy Services are located on 4th Street in Ellensburg. Near downtown, this location is easy to find, and offers a safe space for individuals who are survivors of violent crime, sexual assault, or domestic violence to come and receive services.

Aspen Victim Advocacy Services of Kittitas County serves both primary (to whom the violence was directed) and secondary (other concerned parties such as families and friends) victims of intimate partner domestic violence, and sexual assault.

Other services include:

• 24-hour access to services

• Emergency safe housing

• A domestic violence support group

• Advocacy-based counseling

• Therapy (for victims of sexual assault)

• Education about abuse and assault

• Referrals to other helpful programs

• Help with housing

• Support through the legal, medical and criminal justice systems

• Community presentations, and education

Aspen Victim Advocacy Services is able to provide support for survivors of other crimes through the Aspen Crime Victim Service Center (CVSC). The CVSC provides crime victim services for non-intimate partner domestic violence, burglary, assault, human trafficking, and identity theft in both Kittitas and Yakima Counties.

 

Domestic Violence Shelter
Aspen Victim Advocacy Services in Kittitas County provides domestic violence advocacy, and an emergency shelter to survivors of domestic violence. 

Our Free Legal Clinic is also provided at this location once a month at 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Please call us if you would like us to reserve a space for you. To learn more about our victim advocacy services, click here or give us a call.

220 W. 4th Avenue
Ellensburg, WA 98926
(509) 925-9385

Hours
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Crisis/victim advocacy services available 24 hours, daily