16,039 SERVICES were provided to 1,863 INDIVIDUALS
462 of those individuals were CHILDREN
240 of those individuals were SHELTERED for a total of 4,463 BED NIGHTS
901 people received emergency FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
818 PEOPLE received LEGAL ADVOCACY, and 251 people received support with obtaining a TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER
650 PEOPLE participated in therapeutic COUNSELING, PARENTING or SUPPORT GROUPS
10,880 PEOPLE in our community took part in a presentation to become more educated about domestic violence and 6,872 of those individuals were TEENS learning about teen dating violence
Upon their exit from shelter...
97% of clients secured SAFE HOUSING
82% of clients gained a means of FINANCIAL SUPPORT
86% MET OTHER GOALS they set for themselves
98% received strategies to ENHANCE SAFETY
98% gained knowledge of COMMUNITY RESOURCES
77% of victims who have access to SafeHomes' services are able to stay employed, in contrast to the up to 50% who typically lose their jobs when domestic violence impacts the home.
Without highly specialized services like those provided at SafeHomes, victims will often leave and return to their abusive relationship 7 times before leaving the relationship permanently.
If only 50% of survivors we serve each year do not become re-victimized, the law enforcement, court, medical and productivity cost savings to the local community is more than $600,000.