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Annual Report

For 40 years Safe Horizon has been empowering survivors of violence to rebuild their lives and regain a sense of safety and stability. In 2017, we continued to evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of survivors by launching programs like our Child Trauma Response Team (CTRT) and expanding capacity for our Crime Victims Assistance Program (CVAP) and our five Child Advocacy Centers (CACs). We offered help after acts of violence and terror in our neighborhoods. And we were there to advocate and give guidance after dramatic public policy changes in Washington.

Ariel Zwang CEO
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Crime Victim Assistance Program

In partnership with the NYPD, Safe Horizon created The Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP) that will place two Safe Horizon advocates in every NYPD police precinct in the coming years.

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Safe Horizon launched the Young Men of Color pilot project to enhance services to young men of color harmed by crime and abuse.

Safe Horizon joined experts from organizations throughout the City to form “The Young Men of Color Working Group” in late 2015. Statistics indicate that young black and Latino men are more likely to be victimized by crime than any other age, racial, or gender demographic group. Safe Horizon is addressing this problem head-on. Since creation, the group has been hard at work to identify and explore effective outreach methods to engage young men, remove barriers to services, and provide assistance.

2016 Financial Summary

  • How We Spent Our Funds
  • Where Our Funds Came From