Staff

Tracy Stirrett

 

Executive Director
360.710.1536 (cell)
360.876.3282 (office)
tstirrett@ksacservices.org

Linda

West

MA LMHC | Therapist
360.710.1762 (cell)
360.602.0448 (office)
lwest@ksacservices.org

Linda has been providing therapeutic counseling to children and families for over 20 years. She began her work at Kitsap Sexual Assault Center in July, 2015. Her greatest joy is her family and her home.  

Jill

Cain

MA LMHCA | Therapist
360.728.1865 (cell)
jillc@ksacservices.org

Jill’s experience includes 5 years working with at-risk youth at North Kitsap High School, 2 years working as a drug and alcohol counselor, 3 years working with foster children and families and 1 year working with behaviorally challenged students at Kitsap Mental Health.  

Erica 

Rampelberg

MS LMHC | Therapist
360.819.5412 (cell)
erampelberg@ksacservices.org

Erica received her masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and a BS in Psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign.  She has been working in trauma since 2011 in a variety of settings.  She uses an existential approach to therapy and utilizes different treatment approaches such as cognitive/behavioral therapy and stage specific models.  In her spare time she enjoys Pokemon Go and finding restaurants with the best vegetarian food and biggest bacon cheeseburgers in Kitsap County.

Michelle

Middleton

MSW LSWAIC | Therapist
360.728.1866 (cell)
360.307.4393 (office)
mmiddleton@ksacservices.org

Michelle is a South Kitsap native who has recently begun working as a therapist at Kitsap Sexual Assault Center. She envisions her community to be one that empowers and advocates for individuals who have endured domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Outside of work she enjoys going on adventures with her two children, reading and spending time outdoors.

Beverly

Van Santford

Child & Family Advocate
360.842.1102 (cell)
360.337.4950 (office)
beverly-advocate@ksacservices.org

Beverly has a background in law enforcement but her heart belongs to advocacy. She has been helping people who suffered domestic violence and sexual assault know that they are not alone and have a voice in their healing process. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family on the soccer fields or the shooting range. She is an avid baker. Her kitchen is her play space when decorating cakes and cookies. 

Courtney

Hampton

Child & Family Advocate
360.728.0626 (cell)
360.307.4210 (office)
champton@ksacservices.org

Courtney moved to the PNW in 2004 and is continually blown away by the beauty of our little corner of the world. With a background in Human Sexuality and Psychology, she has been a lifelong advocate, ally, and supporter of those impacted by sexual assault and violence. When not working she is busy chasing her two children, hiking, camping, cooking, and crafting.

Alicia

Robles

Crime Victim Advocate
360.763.3394 (cell)
360.874.8270 (office)
arobles@ksacservices.org

Alicia has recently moved to Kitsap County from Los Angeles, California. She is the new Crime Victims Advocate and hopes to incorporate her SoCal skills and experience into the Kitsap Sexual Assault Center. Alicia has a B.A. in Criminal Justice and hopes to pursue an MSW degree in the near future. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring her new community and discovering all the hidden gems the PNW has to offer.

Todd 

Grogan

Child & Family Advocate
360.842.1527 (cell)
360.337.4547 (office)
todd-advocate@ksacservices.org

Todd & his family recently moved to Kitsap County after his wife left the Navy. With his Masters Degree in Psychology and a strong desire to help others, Todd is serving his community as a Child & Family Advocate. During spare time, the Grogan Family loves to travel in and out of America and explore this great world of ours. Some of the great sights they have seen include: Stonehenge, Blarney Castle, Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur, Corinth Canal, Parthenon, Great Wall of China, and the white buildings of Santorini. 

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Kitsap Sexual Assault Center

KSAC’s mission is to provide guidance and empowerment, without prejudice, to those impacted by sexual assault and violent crimes through ethical and compassionate advocacy and therapeutic services.

Email:

ksac@ksacservices.org 

Phone:

360-876-3282 

Fax:

360-894-8272

24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline:

1-866-831-2050

24-Hour Crime Victim Hotline:

1-888-288-9221

Need Help? Call today to complete a referral for services with a staff member at 360.876.3282 or our 24 hour support service line at 866.831.2050

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