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Congratulations to our January Employee of the Month!

VSS proudly announces Chewbeng Woodcock as January’s Employee of the Month. Also known as “Chew,” “Chewie” and “Chewbie”, she is not only the Accountant at VSS, but also carries out many of the agency’s Human Resources duties, serves as our resident technology guru, AND she makes a delicious curry for staff meetings!!  Chew was originally…

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Welcome, Natalie!

Let’s give a warm welome to Natalie Lanphear, the new Victim Services Coordinator for Snohomish County!   Natalie graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University with a Degree in Family and Community Services. She is from Kansas City, Missouri, and she is a big Chiefs, Royals, and Sporting Kansas City fan. Natalie moved to the Seattle area…

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Welcome, Jennifer!

Victim Support Services is excited to announce a new member to the team! Please join us in welcoming Jennifer Kloesel! Jennifer was hired as our Information & Referral Specialist and will be working in our Island County office through The Tompkins Project. Jennifer has her Bachelor’s in Communication with a minor in Psychology from Texas…

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day After the Loss of a Loved One

Written by: Jennifer Slobom, Victim Services Coordinator The month of February brings with it declarations of love and plenty of heart decorations, chocolates, and flowers showcased in every store. Valentine’s Day marks not only a time to spend with romantic partners, but also a time to celebrate the love between family members and friends. Against…

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Welcome back, Jonathan!

Victim Support Services is pleased to welcome Jonathan Moore back as our new Community Outreach and Education Specialist, under the Tompkins Project for Island County! Jonathan is a Washington State native who has been around the world! He has a Master Degree in Human Rights and has worked specializing in child protection in emergencies and as a…

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New Year’s Resolutions After Losing a Loved One

Written by: Rachel Martinez, Victim Services Coordinator While many people start off the new year with resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, or spend less money, these resolutions might seem unimportant or daunting to those stepping into the new year without a loved one. Others might want to create a resolution in coping with their…

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From The Desk of the Executive Director – Dr. Michaela Weber

A New Year is upon us yet again – funny how that seems to happen so quickly! 2018 was another busy year for us here at VSS…..We started our year out with a record attendance for the agency at our annual Voices of Victims luncheon, with Captain Chris Vanghele of the Newtown Police Department as…

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Employee of the Month: December 2018

VSS is proud to announce that Janet Quiroga, Hotline Coordinator, has been voted in by her peers as Employee of the Month for December! Janet has been at Victim Support Services for 16 months and has been voted in as Employee of the Month a handful of times now. Her peers and co-workers say that…

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The Everett Clinic Foundation

The good news keeps flowing for VSS! We have received a $9,750 grant from The Everett Clinic Foundation! We are thrilled to be able to use these funds toward our advocacy and outreach program in Snohomish County. Thank you to all Everett Clinic employees who support The Everett Clinic Foundation through personal contributions, you are…

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AntiTerrorism and Emergency Assistance Program Grant

  VSS has more exciting news! We were awarded with a $108,000 AntiTerrorism and Emergency Assistance Program (AEAP) grant! With these funds, we are opening a new office in Skagit County and will be hiring a mental health therapist. Free trauma-informed therapy will be provided to victims and those affected by the Cascade Mall tragedy…

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