Dawson Place Blog
Since COVID-19 began, there has been a decrease in child abuse reports. Reports of child abuse dropped nearly 50% from February to April of 2020. While the reports are decreasing, child abuse is not. Children lack accessibility to safe adults and have no one to...
A child advocacy center is one central location where child abuse victims and their families find every service they need under roof. Learn more about how CAC’s work and help victims find safety, justice, and healing.
*All individuals included in the video are actors, not clients of Dawson Place or actual child abuse victims*As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues, children remain stuck at home. For some children, home isn’t the same safe place it is for others. Reports of child abuse...
Stopping child abuse, sexual assault, and neglect starts with you. If you recognize any signs of abuse in children around you, it is up to you to say something and help stop the abuse. You might be the only one who notices. Learn more.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has created difficult challenges, unforeseen circumstances, and big changes, which have proven to make parenting an even more difficult task. We have seen fear and discomfort grow in our children as they have been stuck at home and lost all sense...
We are so fortunate to have such wonderful therapists on staff who help victims through their healing process. One of the most important parts of the healing process is ongoing therapy. Dawson Place partners with the Compass Health Child Advocacy Program for mental...
We are so thankful to the Bothell Police Department for hosting their school supply donation event to gather donations for Dawson Place. We received enough boxes to fill an entire room with supplies for kids of all ages. Each kid who came to Dawson Place was able to...
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- Mukilteo Beacon: Kindness Rock Project coming to Mukilteo
- Snohomish Tribune: Painted rocks with messages of kindness to be spread around community
- Herald Net: Harper Lea, a dog who has helped with grief throughout the county, retires
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Everett, WA 98201