In 1980, Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse (ATVP) was formally organized by a concerned group of community citizens . We continue to provide support and safety for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and non-offending family members and friends. ATVP is a private, non-profit organization governed by a community-based Board of Directors.
ATVP services are provided to program participants free of charge and without discrimination on the basis of physical or mental disability, race, ethnicity, color, religion, political beliefs, gender, age, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, pregnancy, income, veteran status, because the individual is a recipient of federal, state, or local assistance, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law.
Services include 24-hour telephone or in-person crisis intervention; emergency, confidential shelter; legal and medical advocacy; individual and group support; information and referral; and community education.
We envision our community being safe, equitable and free from oppression.
ATVP empowers individuals affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse, and stalking. We work to create a safe and equitable community through education and prevention.
Board of Directors
- Richard Elgar, Chair
- Janet Johnson, Vice-Chair
- Gary Jenkins, Treasurer
- Julie Clark, Secretary
- Kelly Brayton
- Val Cillay
- Jana Horne
- CJ Johnson
- Andrea Kirchner-Loewus
- Simon Smith
- Sandra Woodrow
General questions for staff? Please email email@example.com.
For questions to the ATVP Board of Directors, please mail: BOD
PO Box 37
Pullman, WA 99163
About the Staff
Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse provides quality supportive services to individuals and families impacted by sexual and domestic violence. We have a talented, qualified, and highly trained staff of 17 who provide services across Whitman and Latah Counties. Our services are offered 24/7. Our crisis services are supported by experienced and trained volunteer advocates who capably respond to our hotline after hours. ATVP reflects the community we serve.
We are 40 years strong and remain unwavering in our efforts to advance the needs of survivors and taking actions to end sexual and domestic violence.
ATVP is a participating member of the Moscow and Pullman United Ways.