Resources

On-Campus

  • Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI): BC office dedicated to actively identifying systemic inequity and responding, stopping, and proactively preventing injustice by intervening on individual, institutional, and systemic practices.
  • Public Safety: BC campus safety, security, and lost and found. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For campus safety alerts, click here. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
    • Protection Order: If you have been issued a protection order from the court,  you should always carry a copy with you as well as provide a copy to Public Safety.
    • Escort: Public Safety offers an escort program to all students, faculty, and staff to and from any location on campus. Call 425-466-9365 if you are in need of a Public Safety escort.
  • Office of Compliance and Title IX: BC campus office dedicated to addressing and investigating sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and pregnancy. It also prohibits retaliation against anyone who makes or participates in a complaint.
  • BC Counseling Center (For Students): BC’s Counselors are trained mental health professionals who assist students with a wide variety of personal life challenges and concerns that may be impacting academic performance; help students use their values and interests to explore college majors and career choices; and support students to maximize their personal, career, and educational potential.
  • Disability Resource Center: The DRC provides a wide variety of accommodation services for students with documented disabilities, and works to educate the community and foster inclusiveness.

Other Campus Resources

Bellevue College has a comprehensive range of services and resources to help you succeed in classes and achieve your educational goals.  For more information, please visit Student Services.

Community/Off-Campus

King County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Resources 

  • Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) 
    • (206) 812-1001 
    • ADWAS’ goal is to communicate to Deaf and DeafBlind survivors and their children that they can take control of their lives. ADWAS services include advocacy, therapy, children’s programs, and supportive housing. (TTY and Voice Service) 
  • Asian Counseling and Referral (ACRS) Services
    • (206) 695-7600 
    • ACRS helps primarily low-income, immigrant, refugee and American-born Asian Pacific Americans living in King County with a variety of services. Their domestic violence services include a batterer’s treatment program and community education. (ACRS offers assistance in 30 languages) 
  • Asian Pacific Islander Chaya
    • (206) 325-0325 or (877) 922-4292 
    • API CHAYA offers advocacy, support groups, and other support services to survivors of domestic violence. API CHAYA strives to work with individuals within their own cultural context. (Languages include Gujurati, Hindi, Urdu, Japanese, Korean, Marathi, Tagalog, Vietnamese) 
  • Chinese Information and Services
    • (206) 624-5633 
    • No specific DV services, but CISC offers legal and other family support services in Mandarin, Cantonese, Toisanese, Taiwanese, Hakka, Chiu Chow, Fukienese, and Fuzhounese dialects of Chinese; Vietnamese, Malay, Indonesian, Spanish, Russian, Somali, Tagalog, and English. 
  • Consejo Counseling & Referral Service
    • (206) 461-4880 or (206) 461-3222 
    • Culturally specific services including community advocacy, legal advocacy, and counselling for Spanish speakers and Latinx community. 
  • Domestic Abuse Women’s Network (DAWN)
    • (425) 656-7867 (Advocacy and Support Line) 
    • Domestic Violence services in Kent, including a 24-hour advocacy and support line, emergency shelter, community advocacy, legal advocacy, therapy, and groups. 
  • Harborview Sexual Assault Center 
    • (206) 744-1600 
    • Medical services (including exams and evidence collection) and counseling services for families and individuals. 
  • Jewish Family Service Project DVORA 
    • (206) 461-3240 
    • Services for survivors of gender-based violence and sexual assault, including advocacy, advocacy-based counseling, and support groups. 
  • King County Sexual Assault Resource Center 
    • (425) 226.5062 or (888) 998-6423 
    • KCSARC has a 24-hour helpline, and they provide crisis response, community and legal advocacy, therapy, and family services in both English and Spanish. 
  • Korean Women’s Association 
    • (253) 535-4202 or (253) 535-2731 or (888) 508-2780. 
    • Bi-lingual services (English and Korean) including 24-hour helpline, community and legal advocacy, housing assistance, emergency shelter, and dv education. 
  • LifeWire  
    • (425) 746-1940 or (800) 827-8840 
    • Domestic Violence services in Bellevue, including a 24-hour helpline, housing/rent assistance, shelter, community and legal advocacy, therapy, and support groups. 
  • New Beginnings (Seattle) 
    • (206) 522-9472 
    • Domestic Violence services in Seattle, including 24-hour helpline, housing, community and legal advocacy, support groups, and youth services. 
  • Northwest Family Life (Christian) 
    • (206) 363-9601 or (800) 244-5767 
    • Faith-based services for domestic violence survivors counseling and support groups. They also offer a batterer’s intervention program. 
  • Peace in the Home Helpline 
    • (888) 847-7205 
    • A call transfer system that routes callers to community-based domestic violence programs that can meet their language and service needs. Languages:  Amharic, Chinese, Khmer (Cambodian), Japanese, Lao, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Somali, Tagalog, Thai, Tigrigna, Ukrainian, Vietnamese  
  • Refugee Women’s Alliance
    • (206) 721-0243 
    • REWA provides holistic services to help refugee and immigrant women and families thrive. Their DV services include support services in 17 languages, support groups, legal assistance, and counseling.  
  • Seattle Counseling Service 
    • (866) 427-4747 or (206) 461-3222 or (206) 323-1768 
    • LGBTQ-affirmative counseling and support groups in Seattle. 
  • Seattle Indian Health Board 
    • (206) 324-9360 or (888) 998-6423 
    • A community health center specializing in the care of Native people. For DV survivors, they offer case management, advocacy, legal assistance, and emergency help. 
  • Solid Ground  
    • (206) 299-2500 (Domestic Violence Services) 
    • Solid Ground offers housing, food, and transportation services and resources. Their domestic violence services include a transitional housing program for survivors. 
  • YWCA Programs  
    • Downtown Seattle: (206) 461-4882 
    • East Cherry, Seattle: (206) 568-7845 
    • South King County: (425) 226-1266 x1017 
    • YWCA offers advocacy, counseling, housing, and youth/children services for survivors in Bulgarian, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, Swahili, Kikuyu, and English. 

Confidential Shelters

  • ALIVE-YWCA Bremerton: 360-479-1980
  • Broadview Emergency Shelter: 206-299-2500
  • Salvation Army: 206-324-4943
  • DAWN’s House: 425-656-7867 or 887-465-7234
  • Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County: 425-252-2873
  • New Beginnings: 206-522-9472

Non-Confidential Shelters

  • Compass Center Women’s Shelter: 206-461-7845
  • Federal Way Youth & Family Services: 253-835-9975
  • Korean Women’s Association: 253-535-4202
  • Providence Hospitality House: 206-320-2444
  • South King County Emergency Housing Program: 425-255-1201
  • Noel House: 206-441-3210

Information

Law Enforcement Agencies

Legal Assistance

  • Columbia Legal Services: 800-542-0794
  • King County Bar Association: 206-267-7100
    *Lawyer Referral
  • NW Immigrant Rights Project: 206-587-4009
  • NW Justice Project: 206-464-1519
  • NW Women’s Law Center: 206-621-7691

Protection Order

King County Protection Order Advocacy Program: 206-296-9547 or Kent: 206-205-7406 or http://protectionorder.org/

This list does not indicate an endorsement by Bellevue College of these agencies or services.

Last Updated November 18, 2020