Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. An abuser might be a partner, spouse, sibling, parent, or household member.
Domestic abuse doesn’t have to be physical. It can involve financial control, manipulation, intimidation, or threats. It can involve sexual abuse.
When someone makes you do something using threats, manipulation, or force – that is domestic violence.
If you or someone you know is in danger, call or text 911.
Call For Help
Crystal Judson Family Justice Center
Legal help, safety planning, and assistance for Pierce County victims.
Assistance for active military members, spouses, and dependants.
Our Sister’s Home
Culturally-specific support for Black women and girls.
Spanish-speaking support for victims who identify as women.
Korean Women’s Association (KWA)
24/7 hotline for crisis intervention and safety planning in Korean & English.
24/7 Hotline: (253) 383-2593
Family law legal help, children support groups, shelter, and therapy.
Ask for Protection
You may request a “Domestic Violence Order for Protection” to stop an abuser from hurting you, living with you, or contacting you or your children. File for this order if your abuser is a spouse, partner, family member, or roommate.
You may request an “Anti-Harassment Order” if a stranger, coworker, or other person is threatening you.