Women in Safe Homes is proud to partner with:

(907) 225-9474


24 Hour Crisis Line

preventing or stopping violence is to learn more about it. If you need help, please call. We can help. Examples of Domestic Violence:

  • Name Calling or Put-downs

  • Withholding Money

  • Stalking or Intimidation

  • Actual or Threatened physical/sexual harm

 ​What is Domestic Violence or abuse?

Abuse in a relationship refers to physical, emotional, or sexual abuse by an abuser towards their partner that is designed to control another human being through
the use of fear, humiliation, and verbal or physical assaults.  Domestic violence takes many forms and can happen all of the time, or once in a while.
An important step to helping someone you know in 

October 3, 2015

The Aging,

Disability, and Caregiving Resource Fair

Changing Destinies

Cultivating Growth

Whispering Hope

At Women in Safe Homes in Ketchikan, our primary mission is to provide a safe place, advocacy and education for people impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, stalking and to assist them as they explore their options in Southern Southeast Alaska.

We believe that all people have the right to live in an environment free from violence.
We are here if you need us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our services are free, confidential and can be used anonymously.

Welcome to WISH

(800) 478-9474

WISH is currently seeking qualified individuals to apply for our Prevention Advocate, Legal Advocate and Summer Youth Intern  positions.

Job Openings

Together we can end

Domestic Violence and

Sexual Assault in Alaska


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