Another Year of Services
Updated: Dec 28, 2022
We are incredibly proud of, honored, and thankful for another year of walking with survivors in our community. The following data includes both the demographics of survivors served by our agency from October 1st, 2021 through September 30th, 2022, and the services they received throughout that timeframe.
Our agency served 1,120 survivors at our resource center through the above timeline. Demographics for those served are broken down as follows:
39.7% identify as male
60.1% identify as female
0.2% identify as other
6.5% are aged 0-12
8.7% are aged 13-17
14.3% are aged 18-24
65% are aged 25-59
5.2% are aged 60+
o.3% did not disclose an age
4.9% identify as American Indian/Alaska Native
75.6% identify as Black or African American
2% identify as Hispanic or Latino
0.5% identify as Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
8.9% identify as White Non-Latino/ Caucasian
0.7% identify as some other race
6.9% identify as multiple races
0.5% did not disclose their racial identity
The following services were given to the above 1,120 folks from October 1st 2021 through September 30th 2022:
Information and Referral Services
73 accounts of information about the criminal justice process.
24 accounts of information about victim rights, how to obtain notifications, etc.
2,927 accounts of referrals to other victim service programs.
17,168 accounts of referral to other services, supports, or resources.
Personal Advocacy/ Accompaniment (Adv/Acc) Services
46 accounts of victim adv/acc to emergency medical care.
6 accounts of victim adv/ acc to a medical forensic exam.
48 accounts of law enforcement interview adv/acc.
20,956 accounts of individual advocacy.
12 accounts of immigration assistance.
4,134 accounts of intervention with employer, landlord, etc.
49 accounts of a child or dependent care.
479 accounts of transportation assistance.
16 accounts of interpreter services.
Emotional Support or Safety Services
696 accounts of crisis intervention.
35 accounts of hotline/crisis line counseling.
141 accounts of on-scene crisis response.
13,623 accounts of individual counseling.
3,587 accounts of support groups.
173 accounts of therapy.
Criminal/Civil Justice System Assistance
283 accounts of notification of criminal justice events.
8 accounts of victim impact statement assistance.
5 accounts of assistance with restitution.
21 accounts of civil legal attorney assistance in obtaining protection or restraining orders.
29 accounts of civil legal attorney assistance with family law.
66 accounts of other emergencies justice-related assistance.
8 accounts of immigration attorney assistance.
13 accounts of prosecution interview adv/acc.
6 accounts of law enforcement interview adv/acc.
33 accounts of criminal adv/acc.
59 accounts of other legal advice and/or counsel.