What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence is a violent confrontation between family or household members involving physical harm, sexual assault, or a reasonable fear of physical harm. The confrontation may include physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse or spiritual abuse.
The family or household members involved in the violence may include:
those in (or formerly in) a dating relationship including homosexual couples
adults who are related by blood or marriage
adults who have a biological or legal parent-child relationship
Programs for Peaceful Living
WAGAP’s Program for Peaceful Living provides Klickitat County residents with Domestic Violence Prevention, Sexual Assault Prevention, and General Crime Victim services. Certified staff are available 24/7 to work with individuals and families that are struggling with the effects of crime through advocacy, counseling, parent support, and safety planning. Our programing also provides community outreach and education.
Services are available and delivered to clients without discrimination by reason of race, color, religion, disability, pregnancy, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, ethnicity, income, veteran status, marital status or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. All services are provided free of charge.