In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month we are working with our partners at the Washington County Sheriff's Office and CARES Northwest to help prevent child abuse and neglect. 

Honoring Child Abuse Prevention Month

With stay-at-home orders in place, we are taking our Pinwheels for Prevention campaign digital. Please download these pinwheel sheets, color them in as a family and dispaly them in your window for all to see. Be sure to snap a photo and share it to social media using #GreatChildhooods. You can also build your own pinwheel to display in your yards. 

If you are a victim of a crime and would like to seek restitution, click here

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The Washington County District Attorney's Office is dedicated to seeking justice and protecting our community. Every year we honor Child Abuse Prevention Month as well as National Crime Victims' Rights Week with the support of our public safety partners and community groups. 

The Washington County Board of Commissioners is a key partner. We thank them for issuing this proclamation in support of Crime Victims' Rights Week.

We recognize that COVID-19 and orders to stay home have heightened the risk for many victims in our community, particularly domestic violence victims and children. We want you to know that we are still here for you. Physical office buildings may be closed, and face-to-face meetings scaled back, but help, support, and resources are still available. We've created this list of community resources that are still operational as we deal with the COVID-19 crisis. It is also available in both English and Spanish. 

The Washington County District Attorney's Office honors National Crime Victims' Rights Week. We work closely with our public safety partners and a diverse range of community organizations to seek justice, ensure victims' rights and inspire hope.