Protecting children from further abuse begins with reporting!

Crying for HelpIf a child or youth tells you he/she has been abused—or if you suspect a child is being abused—it is VERY important for you to protect that child by making a report.  Remember…

  • All callers remain anonymous
  • Even if the report turns out to be unfounded, the reporter is not in trouble and cannot lose his/her employment if he/she had the child’s best interests in mind at the time the report was made.

Reports of suspected or known child abuse or neglect should be made to
~ 844-264-5437

In an emergency—call local law enforcement at 911.

Additional Resources:

OrganizationHoursPhone Number
National Parent Hotline
A resource for parents to get emotional support from a trained Advocate and helps them to become an empowered and stronger parent.
M - F, 10 AM PST to 7 PM PST 1-855-4A PARENT 1-855-427-2736


Here to help in the office are:

Michelle Gottlieb Executive Director
Karin Pittman Office Manager / Victim Services Assistant
Jennifer Alton Victim Services Coordinator
Madeline White Mental Health Coordinator
Jenny Franklin Forensic Interviewer
Erin Carroll Forensic interviewer
Jennifer Eckerman Sex Assault Nurse Examiner(SANE) Coordinator
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