Eastside project focuses on sexual assault of homeless youth.

The King County Sexual Assault Resource Center has partnered with Friends of Youth, the Redmond Police Department, the Riverview School District and Learning Center, and other organizations to create Project360, an innovative approach to addressing sexual assault trauma among homeless youth. Successfully piloted with Seattle-based YouthCare, the new program offers therapeutic support for sexually abused youth. Serving people 13 to 24 years old, Project360 stresses prevention, but also offers therapy, case management, community and legal advocacy, and training – across disciplines – in responding to sexual assault situations.
For more information on homeless youth, see Communities Count’s new section on Student Homelessness.