Our Impact

  • 24/7 Crisis Support: 4,028 crisis line calls were answered by trained advocates.
  • Emergency Shelter: 291 domestic violence survivors and child witnesses found safety in our protective emergency shelter for a total of 8,664 shelter nights.
  • Outreach Services: Safe Harbor Crisis Center provided 3,059 casework hours to domestic violence survivors and their children through shelter and outreach programs.
  • Protective Orders: Advocates assisted with 371 adult and child protective orders and stalking injunctions.
  • Sexual Assault Services: 1,345 individuals participated in sexual assault psychoeducational and awareness groups.
  • Therapy: 731 free therapy sessions were provided to adult and minor survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Services: The Davis Forensic Nurses Program, began in January 2019, so we do not have current outputs, but we anticipate providing 120 forensic exams in the next year.
  • Children’s Services: 876 services were provided to children and youth ages 0-17 through our shelter and outreach programs.
  • Hope Housing: 8,876 nights of safe housing with access to supportive services and wraparound supports were provided in Hope Housing.  
  • Economic Empowerment: We provided 211 Economic Empowerment supports to participants.
  • Groups and Classes: 721 individuals participated in domestic violence psychoeducational classes.
  • Prevention Education: Safe Harbor provided community education around sexual assault and domestic violence to 1,026 youth and 590 adults.
  • Lethality Assessment: We have collaborative agreements with twelve law enforcement agencies in Davis County and receive an average of 38 LAP contacts from law enforcement each month.
  • Diversity Support: The Diversity Advocates provided 984 support and advocacy services for largely Spanish-speaking multicultural adult domestic violence survivors.
  • In 2017, nine law enforcement agencies in Davis County reported responding to 1,675 domestic violence related calls.
  • 568 sexual assault or rape cases were responded to by nine Davis County police departments in 2017.

All statistics from 2017-18 FY