Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress Clinic at Harborview

Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress Clinic at Harborview

Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress Clinic at Harborview

  • Monday 8:30a - 5:00p
  • Tuesday 8:30a - 5:00p
  • Wednesday 9:00a - 5:00p
  • Thursday 8:30a - 5:00p
  • Friday 8:30a - 5:00p
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
401 Broadway, Seattle WA 98104
206.744.1600 206.744.1614 fax

Services

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Services offered at this clinic include:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Foster care assessment
  • Medical forensic consultation
  • Sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) training
  • Traumatic stress counseling
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Comprehensive evaluations and compassionate care

Led by an experienced, integrative team, the Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress offers a wide range of services, including:

Medical/forensic services

  • 24/7 availability of care for sexual assault through the Harborview ED as well as 24/7 access to medical forensic consultation on sexual assault and child abuse.
  • Scheduled non-acute child sexual abuse exams and ED follow up appointments in our clinic.
  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program where patients can receive expert medical forensic and psychosocial care at the UW Medicine location of choice.

Therapy services

  • Psychosocial treatments are available for children, families and adults affected by child maltreatment, sexual assault, crime and other traumas. Treatments can be brief, educational and supportive interventions or may involve a course of evidence-based therapy. Treatment is tailored to the needs of the patient and family. The evidence-based therapies that are available include trauma-specific cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT), CBT for children with sexual behavior problems, and behavior management therapy including specific models to reduce risk of violence or abuse.
  • Expert counselors are available to provide brief case consultation to the public and professionals on sexual assault, child maltreatment and trauma.

Foster Care Assessment Program (FCAP)

  • FCAP provides comprehensive evaluations for foster children to identify barriers to reunification or adoption so that foster children do not languish. The evaluation addresses emotional and behavior problems in children, psychiatric and substance abuse concerns in parents, parenting needs, and child educational and functioning status.

Directions & Parking

The Patricia Bracelin Steel Building is a four-story, red brick building at 401 Broadway, between Jefferson and Terrace streets in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. It is three blocks east of Harborview Medical Center. 

See the map showing the building's location. The building's main entryway faces Broadway.

From Interstate 5:
  • Exit at James Street. 
  • Turn uphill, heading east, and travel to Boren Avenue. 
  • Turn right on Boren, go one block and turn left on Jefferson Street. 
  • The parking garage entry is on the right.

Several bus routes of King County Metro Transit provide service to the Broadway and Boren commuter corridors. Use Metro's Trip Planner to learn which buses can get you to the Patricia Bracelin Steel Building.

Parking is available in a garage under the building, accessible from Jefferson Street between Broadway and Boren Street. Clearance is 9-feet-6-inches. Disability parking is available. See a map showing the building's location.

Patient/Visitor Parking Rates
0-30 minutes: Free
31-60 minutes: $4
1-2 hours: $5
2-4 hours: $7
4-6 hours: $12
6-8 hours: $15
8-24 hours: $20
Lost ticket: $20
Motorcycles: $3 per day (must park in designated spaces only)


Patricia Bracelin Steel Building

The main entrance on Broadway includes a wheel-chair accessible ramp.
Elevators are accessible from the underground parking level and from the main floor.

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