We All Rise
2022 Quarterly Number Breakdown
Updated: Nov 22, 2022
Throughout July, August, and September of 2022, our agency served 772 survivors in our community. Below is a detailed breakdown of both the clientele served and the services provided.
New Survivors Throughout the Quarter
Of the 772 survivors served, 220 were new clients, meaning they hadn't previously received services at our agency before this quarter. They completed their initial comprehensive intake with our agency in July, August, or September of 2022.
71.8% of new survivors served identify as black or African American
10.9% of new survivors served identify as white non-Latino or Caucasian
7.3% of new survivors served identify as multiple races or ethnicities
6.8% of new survivors served identify as American Indian or Alaska Native
1.8% of new survivors served identify as Hispanic or Latino
0.5% of new survivors served identify as Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0.5% of new survivors served identify some other race or ethnicity
0.4% of new survivors served didn't report.
55.5% of new survivors served identify as female.
43.2% of new survivors served identify as male
0.86% of new survivors served didn't report.
0.43% of new survivors served identify as other
72.3% of new survivors served are 25-59 years of age.
19.5% of new survivors served are 18-24 years of age.
6.4 % of new survivors served are 60 years of age or older.
01.4%of new survivors served are 13-17 years of age.
0.4% of new survivors served didn't report an age.
Types of Victimizations
Of the 772 survivors served, the following are breakdowns according to victimization. Of the 772 survivors served, 88.86% disclosed multiple victimizations upon their initial intake.
573 folks disclosed victimization of adult physical assault.
239 folks disclosed an adult sexual assault victimization.
316 folks adults disclosed sexual abuse or assault as a child.
105 folks disclosed arson victimization.
441 folks disclosed bullying (i.e., verbal, cyber, or physical) violence throughout their lifetime.
249 folks disclosed burglary victimizations.
112 folks reported child physical abuse or neglect.
37 folks disclosed victimizations related to child pornography.
552 folks disclosed victimizations for domestic and/or family violence.
173 folks disclosed victimizations for DUI/DWI incidents.
117 folks disclosed victimizations for elder abuse or neglect
464 folks disclosed victimization for a hate crime (i.e., racial, religious, gender, sexual orientation).
99 folks disclosed victimization for human trafficking labor.
121 folks disclosed victimization for human trafficking sex.
264 folks disclosed victimization for identity theft/ fraud/ financial crime.
65 folks disclosed victimization for kidnapping non-custodial.
47 folks disclosed victimization for kidnapping custodial.
286 folks disclosed victimization for mass violence (domestic/ international)
161 folks disclosed victimization for vehicular victimization
297 folks disclosed victimization for robbery.
331 folks disclosed victimization for stalking/ harassment.
296 folks disclosed victimization for survivors of homicide victims.
142 folks disclosed victimization for teen dating victimization.
73 folks disclosed victimization for terrorism (domestic/ international).
Of the 772 survivors served, the following are breakdowns of special classification.
2.1% of survivors are deaf or hard of hearing.
38.2% of survivors are homeless.
0.09% of survivors are immigrants, refugees, or asylum seekers.
1.8% of survivors are LGBTQIA+
1.2% of survivors are veterans.
17.9% of survivors have a disability (cognitive, physical, or mental).
Of the 772 survivors served, the following are breakdowns of the accounting of services provided.
Information and Referral Services
64.1% of the 772 survivors served this quarter received Information and Referral Services. The specific accounting of services provided is below.
36 - Information about the criminal justice process.
10 - Information about victim rights, how to obtain notifications, etc.
1,175 - Referral to other victim service programs.
6,192 - Referral to other services, supports, and resources.
66.5% of the 772 survivors served this quarter received Personal Advocacy/Accompaniment services. The specific accounting of services provided is below.
9 - Victim advocacy/ accompaniment to emergency medical care.
15 - Law enforcement interview advocacy/ accompaniment.
6,255 - Individual advocacy.
1,347 - Intervention with employer, creditor, landlord, or academic institution.
8 - Child or dependent care assistance.
126 - Transportation assistance.
1 - Interpreter services.
Criminal/Civil Justice System Assistance
5.4% of the 772 survivors served this quarter received Criminal/Civil Justice System Assistance. The specific accounting of services provided is below. 66 - Notification of criminal justice events. 4 - Victim Impact statement assistance. 5 - Assistance with restitution. 3 - Civil legal attorney assistance in obtaining protection or restraining order. 18 - Civil legal attorney assistance with family law issues. 41 - Other emergency justice-related assistance. 4 - Immigration attorney assistance. 1 - Prosecution interview advocacy/ accompaniment. 5 - Law enforcement interview advocacy/accompaniment. 19 - Criminal advocacy/accompaniment. 23 - Other legal advice and/or counsel supports.