Victim Advocacy Services Available for Family & Community After Belfair Shooting

CAC_LOGO_HORThe Crime Victim Service Center of Lewis & Mason Counties would like to acknowledge the traumatic loss of life that struck our community on Friday near Belfair. The program would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family and community at this time.

The program has been, and will continue to deploy resources into the community to support those that have been impacted by this incident.

The program provides Crisis Intervention, Advocacy Based Counseling, Information, Referral and Systems Advocacy services to individuals and communities that have been hurt or harmed by crime.

Individuals that have been directly or indirectly impacted are encouraged to reach out and seek support by calling our 24-hour line at 1-(888)-288-9221 or by calling our staff directly at (360) 528-1179.

Services are provided by the Crime Victim Service Center of Lewis and Mason Counties, a program of the Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason & Thurston Counties (website). All services are confidential and are provided free of cost to anyone hurt or harmed by crime, regardless of income, age or any other factor. This program is supported by a grant awarded under the Federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA).