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Like Dr. Ruth, but spicier. Sexess is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charity, registered with the Washington Secretary of State, and licensed in Spokane.

Areas of Action - Advocacy, Prevention, Research, Education, Direct Victim Services

Health and Human Services - Trauma Coaching, Safe Stays, Moving Expenses, Legal Fees, Suicide Prevention, and Unintended Pregnancy Resources

Public Safety - Crime Prevention/Reduction, Victim Resources

Education - Adult Sex Education topics such as better sex, consent, and understanding bodies

Sexess is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse. It consists of two divisions: Prevention and Recovery. Our organization understands client needs through personal experiences, education, and training.

In Spokane County, there is a lack of resources that provide support and financial assistance to victims of sex crimes and domestic violence. Many individuals in danger or recovering from traumatic incidents are unable to access the help they urgently need. There are very few businesses providing affordable public sex education classes. We aim to fill this gap by offering a comprehensive range of victim and public services.

Instead of solely relying on local donations, we generate revenue from a global audience by providing sex-positive training and coaching on various topics. Our interdisciplinary approach aims to transform the understanding of sex, address intersectional issues, and apply practical sex education. Through public engagement, relevant content, and conversations, we empower individuals to live purposeful lives while addressing societal issues.

Unlike Dr. Ruth, Sexess doesn't engage in therapy, which treats dysfunction from the past. Sexess only offers coaching and peer support groups. A coach helps individuals envision and create the future they desire. Whether for sports or sex, coaches provide guidance, support, and practical strategies to help clients overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. Both coaches and therapists play a crucial role in facilitating long-lasting behavior changes but there are tons of therapists, only a few accredited sexologist coaches. 

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