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Sexual assault and physical violence take a tremendous toll on you. Assault and Abuse Services at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett can help start the healing process — for your body and spirit.  When you come to us following an assault, we listen, provide comfort and offer support. We understand your pain and strive to do all we can to ease your burden. Our role as part of a larger team that helps survivors is to promote physical and emotional healing. If it’s your wish, we can help you seek justice as well. We identify and collect evidence and offer advocacy.  Healing is a journey. And it’s a journey that you take on your own timeline. But you don’t have to travel alone —we’ll be with you every step of the way.

We offer many services for people affected by sexual assault, physical violence and domestic violence.

24-Hour crisis line

Our crisis line is staffed around the clock. If you’re looking for caring, supportive assistance, call 425-252-4800. All calls are confidential.


We offer specially trained advocates to assist sexual abuse and assault victims of all ages. This includes rape victims, sexually abused children and their non-offending family members and adult survivors of child sexual abuse. These services are free of charge. Call 425-297-5771.

Forensic exams

Highly trained registered nurses are available 24 hours a day to conduct forensic exams. These medical exams identify injuries and collect evidence that may be helpful in a prosecution. They may be used with victims of sexual assault, physical assault and domestic violence. We also do these exams on children, elders and vulnerable adults suspected of being abused, neglected or maltreated.

When we think a child may have been sexually assaulted, we have a certified nurse practitioner available to conduct a medical exam and gather evidence. We do these exams at Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center, a child-friendly environment that helps put kids at ease.

For information about these exams in an emergency situation, call 425-252-4800. You may also go to the emergency department. To schedule a nonemergency exam, call 425-297-5770.

Continuing education

We provide in-service training and informational presentations on many topics related to sexual assault. These are available to:

  • Civic and service organizations
  • Educators
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Medical groups
  • Parent organizations
  • Religious organizations
  • Schools 

For more information, call 425-297-5771.

National Sexual Assault Online Hotline

The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline allows you to receive confidential support via a chatroom.

Snohomish county sheriff’s office OffenderWatch

OffenderWatch provides information on registered sex offenders in the community.

Support Groups

Support groups are available in our area for teens, adults and non-offending family members affected by sexual assault or physical violence. For information, call 425-297-5771 or 425-297-5782.

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs

The Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs offers a variety of information about sexual assault. You’ll find details on support groups, information about helping a survivor and a list of training opportunities.