• 311  – Victims of domestic violence provided with emergency shelter (Shelter operated at 25% capacity for 9 months due to COVID-19)
  • 4115  – Sessions of free counseling provided to victims of abuse and  other violent crimes.
  • 1,634 – Sessions of low-cost counseling provided to non-victims
  • 5,146 – Hotline calls answered
  • 30 – New partnerships established
  • 344 – Victims of Domestic Violence Provided with Emergency Shelter Services
    (198 adults and 146 children)
  • 82 – Victims of Human Trafficking served
  • 26 – Sexual Assault Victim Accompaniments to Local Hospital for Medical Treatment
  • 5,178 – Sessions of Free Counseling Provided to Victims of Abuse and Other Violent Crimes
  • 18,439 – Calls Answered on the 24-Hour Crisis Helpline
  • 1,836 – Sessions of Low-Cost Counseling Provided to Non-Victims
  • 2,760 – Volunteers Who Donated Their Time to the Agency
  • 15,327 – Hours of Volunteer Assistance Donated to the Agency
  • 72 – Educational Presentations & Trainings Performed for the Community