Posts tagged with: program changes

Welcome Leslie McPherson

We are excited to welcome  Leslie McPherson as she transitions from volunteer crisis line advocate to the position of Crisis Line Coordinator. Leslie has volunteered on the crisis line, assisted at events and helped with other administrative tasks since June...
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Goodbye to Jessica Drain

Victim Support Services is saying goodbye to Jessica Drain, our Skagit and Whatcom County Victim Services Coordinator.  Before taking over the Whatcom County office, she also worked in Island County.  Jessica has been with the agency for nearly four years,...
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VSS Counseling Services Available

Victim Support Services is excited to announce, through a grant from Snohomish County United Way, that we are able to provide five free counseling services to victims of crime. If you are a victim or family member of homicide, assault,...
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Funding Partnerships

Victim Support Services is excited to announce a new partnership with United Way of Snohomish County.   United Way of Snohomish County has not funded services for victims of crime in the past, but is recognizing the increased need for these...
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