What They Do:

Encourage and empower victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Give them the strength and hope to lift themselves and their children into a healing and safe environment. Bring respect, understanding, and resources to survivors. Foster kindness and support from the community to help create peaceful homes and healthy neighborhoods.

Services include an emergency shelter home, 24-hour helpline, court advocacy, support groups, transitional housing, community education, and programs for children exposed to domestic.

All services are free, bilingual, confidential and open to everyone.

Other Ways to Help:

For our clients who are moving into their own homes and starting over, there are many basic needs:

  • Kitchen
    flatware, plates, pots/pans, sheet pans, dish towels, plastic containers, canisters, mixing bowls, paper products, measuring cups/spoons, cooking tools
  • Small Appliances
    coffee pot, toaster, blender, microwave, etc.
  • Bed/Bath
    beds, sheets, pillows. blankets, drawers, bedside tables, rugs, lamps, towels, toiletries, shower curtains


NEWS works with over 30 local landlords. These relationships have been critical in helping some of our most vulnerable families find a safe and secure home.

~ Michelle S., NEWS Self-Sufficiency & Housing Program Assistant

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  2. Anonymous
  3. Anonymous
  4. Janice Taylor
  5. Andy Demsky
  6. Barbara Miller
  7. Marilyn Betcher
  8. Colleen Clark
  9. Jane Zastrow
  10. Anonymous
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  12. Cory Roche
  13. Anonymous in honor of In memory of Lawrence R. Barker
  14. Melinda Walker
  15. Nancy Fireman in honor of hilary zunin and her tireless efforts to help others
  16. Leslie Erickson
  17. Carol Lilleberg in honor of Hope Lugo and Evie Trevethan
  18. Anne S. Percelay
  19. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Miller
  20. Carol Poole
  21. Don & Ellen Wulf
  22. Hilary Zunin in honor of ...Yeshe Tschupel
  23. Kathleen Boe
  24. Anonymous
  25. Barbie Jamieson
  26. Julia Winiarski
  27. Danielle Schmitz
  28. Anonymous
  29. Charlotte Kewell
  30. Sharyn Fuller in honor of the memory of Eleanor & Wesley Meyer
  31. Jeff Mays
  32. Barbara McDonnell
  33. Harris Nussbaum in honor of Johanna Muth / Sunrise Horse Rescue
  34. Anonymous
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  38. Paula Brutocao
  39. Terry Wunderlich in honor of Jennie & Steve Thayer
  40. Grania Lindberg
  41. Lynnie Pelfini
  42. Patricia McCart
  43. Barbara Stone
  44. Bruna Nieri
  45. Anonymous
  46. Kelli Marchbanks
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  48. John Thorngate
  49. Anonymous
  50. Ann Schwartz and Gina Kulik
  51. Mark Andersen
  52. Bruce Ketron and Debra Inman
  53. Mary & Michael Herzog
  54. Susan Perry
  55. Elaine Herrick
  56. Janet Cannizzaro
  57. Mike and Carolyn Conkell
  58. Anonymous
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  60. betty malmgren
  61. Anonymous
  62. Bill and Susie Ashby
  63. DEBRA RE in honor of Christine Ramiro
  64. Vhea Poppe
  65. David and Lana Stanley
  66. Stephanie Turnipseed
  67. Norma Beltrami
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  70. Christie Fulton
  71. Jeanie Whelan
  72. Nancy Kuhn
  73. Anonymous
  74. Janice Mathews
  75. Lois Glazier in honor of Mitzi & Mollie
  76. Lois Glazier in honor of Mitzi & Mollie
  77. Carol Nelsen
  78. Karen Calhoun
  79. Heather Piazza
  80. Marjorie Hoyer Smith
  81. Michael Borck
  82. Gail Lansinh
  83. Anonymous
  84. Carrie Hays
  85. Andy and Shelley Dowdle
  86. Barbara Smith
  87. David Bantly
  88. Catherine Adams
  89. Sandra Sims
  90. Paul Reiser
  91. Jacqueline Jackson
  92. allison saether
  93. Anonymous in honor of the memory of Isabelle Devean Berry
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  95. Vicki Green
  96. Nancy and David Garden
  97. Elaine Herrick
  98. Anonymous
  99. Gayle Kerns in honor of Women and children
  100. Richard Faenzi & Peggy Eriksen
  101. Mark Glickstein
  102. Linda Jesmok
  103. Jessie Quigley
  104. Mary Taylor
  105. John Lansingh
  106. Anonymous in honor of Anonymous
  107. Anonymous
  108. Hilary Zunin in honor of In honor of the work done by NEWS to help keep Napans strong, safe and hopeful.
  109. Anonymous
  110. Grady Sibert
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