Between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 the agency provided the following services to local victims of intimate partner violence: 617 total clients served (335 adults, 282 children) received a service from the agency. Of these, 496 were female and 121 were male.
109 individuals (53 adults and 56 children) were provided Emergency Shelter and 3,480 nights of emergency shelter were provided.
80 individuals (29 adults and 51 children) received Transitional Shelter and 13,210 nights of transitional housing were provided.
345 individuals ( 218 adults and 127 children) received counseling services.
33 individuals received assistance in receiving a restraining order. 11 court escorts were provided.
295 crisis calls were received.
In terms of ethnicity, 47% of clients identified as Caucasian, 42% as Latino/Hispanic, 2% as African-American, 1% as Asian American, 1% as Pacific Islander, 2% as Native American and 5% as “Other/Unknown”.
Client Report Outcomes (2011/2012)
98% reported that the services they received were culturally competent (and respectful of their age, gender, sexual orientation and belief systems).
95.4% reported feeling an increased sense of safety as a result of the services they received.
99.5% reported feeling an increased sense of self-sufficiency.
99.5% reported feeling an increased sense of self-esteem.
98.5% of adult clients who completed a survey (and whose children received services) reported that their children increased their sense of safety.
99.5% of adult clients who completed a survey (and whose children received services) reported that their children increased their level of emotional expression.