6,926 individuals were served through our Direct Services. These are local adults and children impacted directly or indirectly by crime and violence.
1,209 prevention/education programs were delivered to 29,136 participants. These include programs like anti-bullying, respectful relationships, internet safety, and others.
About 85% of our funding comes from government-restricted sources. Community support bridges that gap and allows services to remain FREE.
$25 -- Allows the purchase of materials for a child safety program
$50 -- Allows a counselor to facilitate a teen self-esteem group for a half hour
$75 -- Allows hotline staffing for 12 hours
$100 -- Allows one advocate to accompany a child to a sexual assault examination
$125 -- Allows four hours of accompaniment by a victim advocate