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Annual Report

A Message from our Board Chair and our CEO

We thank our generous
supporters for partnering with us.

Our Impact

We provide assistance, advocacy and support to people who have experienced domestic violence,
child abuse, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, youth homelessness and other forms of violence.
Our community is comprised of thousands of partners who are advocates, survivors, professionals,
and donors who come together and support the 1 in 33 New Yorkers who find safety and hope through
Safe Horizon each year.

The reach and impact of some of our programs during the period ended June 30, 2022 include:

Supporting Survivors

Our Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP) connects Safe Horizon advocates and survivors of crime or domestic violence in 86 NYPD commands, and select Special Victims Divisions. CVAP advocates worked with a total of 35,329 survivors.

Community Programs provide practical assistance, crisis intervention, supportive counseling, and case management for survivors of crime to 1,165 clients.

Supporting Survivors
Our Hotlines

Our three 24/7 Hotlines answered 102,825 calls. Our Hotlines include the Domestic Violence Hotline (87,969 calls), the Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline (9,138 calls), and the Crime Victims Hotline (5,718 calls).

Our Hotlines
Domestic Violence Shelters

We welcomed 819 survivors of domestic violence and their 1,169 children who found safety and began their journeys to healing in one of our eight Domestic Violence Shelters.

Domestic Violence Shelters
Legal Programs

Domestic Violence Law Project (DVLP) provides free representation, information, and consultation to domestic violence
victims – we served 1,117 clients.

Immigration Law Project (ILP) provides advice and low-cost legal representation to victims of crime with immigration law related matters. We provided representation or advice to 903 clients, and 4,686 information and referral calls.

Anti-Trafficking Program (ATP) provides legal and social work services to survivors of labor trafficking and sex trafficking.
We worked with 295 clients and provided 1,204 telephone counseling sessions.

Legal Programs
Children Experiencing Extreme Physical or Sexual Abuse

Our five Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) which are co-located spaces with ACS, NYPD, DA, Medical Services, and are coordinated by Safe Horizon saw 8,869 children and 3,997 caregivers.

Children Experiencing Extreme Physical or Sexual Abuse
Homeless Young People

The Streetwork program operates two drop-in centers, an overnight shelter, and an outreach program for homeless youth. Streetwork drop-in centers provide practical assistance (showers, hot meals, clothing), case management, and mental health services. We worked with 1,237 clients across the drop-in centers and the overnight shelter, and our outreach team had 10,716 contacts.

Homeless Young People

2022 Financial Summary

for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2022

Financials Fiscal Year 2022
Where Our Funds Came From
How We Spent Our Funds
Where Our Funds Came From in 2022
How We Spent our Funds in 2022

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