Service Statistics

SAFE HAVEN opened an emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault on February 11, 2002. By 9:00 am that day, the first family arrived in shelter.

2016

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 55 women and 67 children, average length of stay days was 27.3 days, 3,385 bed nights (3 women returned to shelter more than one time during the year)
  • 935 individuals (810 Female, 125 Male) made 2,062 crisis calls to Safe Haven.
  • Completed 14 restraining orders
  • Completed 724 safety plans with victims and 96 with their children
  • Provided support group to 46 women, 29 children
  • Provided services to 514 victims (335 women, 21 men and 158 children)
  • Received 4 SANE calls, completed 2 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 34 classrooms grades K-12, educating 1,092 children
  • Gave 12 community presentations to 286 people
  • Provided 256 community awareness activities
  • Provided 5 professional trainings to 62 people
  • 70 Volunteers logged 1,509 hours
  • 145 DV and 26 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2015

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 62 women and 64 children, average length of stay days was 30.6 days, 3,942 bed nights (5 women returned to shelter more than one time during the year)
  • Answered 2,185 crisis calls (2,027 Female, 158 Male)
  • Completed 21 restraining orders
  • Completed 740 safety plans with victims and 85 with their children
  • Provided support group to 47 women, 38 children
  • Provided services to 555 victims (397 women, 34 men and 124 children)
  • Received 10 SANE calls, completed 8 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 57 classrooms grades K-12
  • Gave 4 community presentations to 75 people
  • Provided 165 community awareness activities
  • Provided 4 professional trainings to 102 people
  • 81 Volunteers logged 1,565 hours
  • 165 DV and 36 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2014

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 49 women and 58 children, average length of stay 33.1 days, 3,448 bed nights (5 women returned to shelter more than one time during the year)
  • Answered 2,155 crisis calls (2,040 Female, 115 Male)
  • Completed 18 restraining orders
  • Completed 798 safety plans with victims and 102 with their children
  • Provided support group to 44 women, 43 children
  • Provided services to 510 victims (365 women, 31 men and 114 children)
  • Received 16 SANE calls, completed 9 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 89 classrooms grades K-12
  • Gave 9 community presentations to 140 people
  • Provided 209 community awareness activities
  • Provided 12 professional trainings to 134 people
  • 65 Volunteers logged 1,839 hours (Garden Walk cancelled this year)
  • 165 DV and 28 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2013

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 44 women and 74 children, average length of stay 22.2 days, 2,331 bed nights (8 women returned to shelter more than one time during the year)
  • Answered 2,256 crisis calls including 14 emails (2,184 Female, 72 Male) **this figure reports ONLY crisis calls
  • Completed 16 restraining orders
  • Completed 833 safety plans with victims and 200 with their children
  • Provided support group to 55 women, 76 children
  • Provided services to 551 victims (376 women, 27 men and 148 children)
  • Received 13 SANE calls, completed 7 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 27 classrooms, 751 students grades K-12
  • Gave 34 community presentations to 1,475 people
  • Provided 158 community awareness activities
  • Provided 14 professional trainings to 259 people
  • 93 Volunteers logged 2,516.25 hours
  • 123 DV and 31 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2012

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 71 women and 92 children, average length of stay 19.8 days, 2,561 bed nights
  • Hotel vouchers provided to 2 men and 1 child, total of 15 nights
  • Answered 2,020 crisis calls (1,895 Female, 125 Male) **this figure reports ONLY crisis calls
  • Completed 16 restraining orders
  • Completed 835 safety plans with victims and 144 with their children
  • Provided support group to 65 women, 75 children
  • Provided services to 606 victims (426 women, 34 men and 146 children)
  • Received 19 SANE calls, completed 17 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 77 classrooms, 2,572 students grades K-12
  • Gave 67 community presentations to 3,014 people
  • Provided 47 community awareness activities and 14 community education activities to 2,557 people
  • Provided 7 professional trainings to 70 people
  • 103 Volunteers logged 3,236.5 hours
  • 179 DV and 38 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2011

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 61 women and 57 children, average length of stay 24.3 days
  • Answered 1,601 crisis calls (1,510 Female, 91 Male) **general calls are no longer tracked, this figure reports ONLY crisis calls
  • Completed 14 restraining orders
  • Completed 533 safety plans with victims and 204 with their children
  • Provided support group to 54 women, 65 children
  • Provided services to 642 victims (469 women, 35 men and 138 children)
  • Met individually with 121 sexual assault victims
  • Received 16 SANE calls, completed 8 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 53 classrooms, 1,201 students grades K-12
  • Gave 40 community presentations to 2,135 people
  • 93 Volunteers logged 1,707.5 hours of service
  • 129 DV and 29 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2010

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 63 women and 93 children, average length of stay 30.1 days
  • Answered 3,304 crisis/information calls (2,896 Female, 408 Male)
  • Completed 20 restraining orders
  • Completed 421 safety plans with victims and 63 with their children
  • Provided support group to 67 women, 80 children
  • Provided services to 646 victims (407 women, 56 men and 183 children)
  • Met individually with 103 sexual assault victims
  • Received 11 SANE calls, completed 9 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 55 classrooms,1790 students grades K-12
  • Gave 15 community presentations to 1,500 people
  • Volunteers logged 1,960 hours of service
  • 119 DV and 31 SA cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2009

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 71 women and 75 children
  • Answered 3,451crisis/information calls (3,042 women, 409 men)
  • Completed 36 restraining orders
  • Completed 293 safety plans with victims and 151 with their children
  • Provided support group to 88 women, 68 children
  • Provided services to 703 victims (526 women, 51 men and 126 children)
  • Met individually with 115 sexual assault victims
  • Received 16 SANE calls, completed 11 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 12 classrooms, 547 students grade K-12
  • Gave 15 community presentations to 1,598 people
  • Volunteers logged 1,761 hours of service
  • 144 DV cases referred to the district attorney’s office

 

2008

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 92 women and 121 children
  • Answered 3,121 crisis/information calls (2,789 women, 332 men)
  • Filed 40 restraining orders
  • Completed 221 safety plans with victims and 124 with their children
  • Provided support group to 88 women,129 children
  • Provided services to 802 victims (560 women, 55 men and 187 children)
  • Met individually with 113 sexual assault victims
  • Received 21 SANE calls, completed 8 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 48 classrooms, 978 students grade K-12
  • Gave 20 community presentations to 1,362 people
  • Provided 2 trainings to 63 Law Enforcement professionals and 4 trainings to 32 community members
  • Volunteers logged 1,244 hours of service

 

2007

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 75 women and 95 children
  • Answered 2,003 crisis/information calls (1,828 women, 175 men)
  • Filed 26 restraining orders
  • Completed 70 safety plans with victims and 94 with their children
  • Provided support group to 66 women, 90 children and 13 teens
  • Provided services to 558 victims (383 women, 29 men and 146 children)
  • Met individually with 88 sexual assault victims
  • Completed 6 Sexual Assault forensic (SANE) exams
  • Presented to 171 classrooms, 4,199 students grade K-12
  • Gave 17 community presentations to 1,696 people
  • Provided 3 trainings on the Sexual Assault SANE Program 31 Law Enforcement professionals
  • Volunteers logged 1,224 hours of service

 

2006

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 47 women and 37 children
  • Answered 1,850 crisis/information calls (1,683 women, 167 men)
  • Filed 17 restraining orders
  • Completed 106 safety plans with victims and their children
  • Provided support group to 41 women, 61 children and 11 teens
  • Met individually with 482 victims (378 women, 32 men and 72 children)
  • Presented to 251 classrooms, 5,479 students grade K-12
  • Gave 20 community presentations to 1,236 people
  • Provided 3 trainings on domestic violence and sexual assault issues to 82 professionals
  • Volunteers logged 881 hours of service

 

2005

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 47 women and 49 children
  • Answered 1,270 crisis/information calls (1,135 women, 135 men)
  • Filed 22 restraining orders
  • Completed 37 safety plans with victims, 29 with families and 48 with children
  • Provided support group to 53 women, 3 men, 73 children and 15 teens
  • Met individually with 538 victims (385 women, 32 men and 121 children)
  • Completed 963 safety plans with students in school
  • Presented to 269 classrooms, 5,078 students grade K-12
  • Gave 15 community presentations to 1,160 people
  • Provided 9 trainings on domestic violence and sexual assault issues to 103 professionals
  • Volunteers logged 949 hours of service

 

2004

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 89 women and 86 children
  • Answered 2,414 crisis/information calls (2,211 women, 203 men, 0 children)
  • Filed 30 restraining orders
  • Completed 62 safety plans with victims, 46 with families and 13 with children
  • Provided group support to 54 women and 56 children and 27 teens
  • Met individually with 611 victims (410 women, 31 men, 170 children)
  • Completed 1,032 safety plans with students in school
  • Presented to 305 classrooms, 8,104 students grade K-12
  • Gave 14 community presentations to 1,466 people
  • Provided 4 trainings on domestic violence and sexual assault issues to 83 professionals
  • Volunteers logged 1,231 hours of service

 

2003

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 80 women and 92 children
  • Answered 2,743 crisis/information calls (2,417 women, 322 men, 4 children)
  • Filed 47 restraining orders
  • Completed 111 safety plans with victims and children
  • Provided group support to 106 women and 83 children
  • Met individually with 462 victims (309 women, 34 men, 119 children)
  • Presented to 26 classrooms
  • Gave 19 community presentations to 1,457 people
  • Provided 7 trainings on domestic violence and sexual assault issues to 161 professionals
  • Volunteers logged 545 hours service

 

2002

  • The shelter provided safe housing for 47 women and 57 children
  • Answered 1,799 crisis/information calls (1,535 women, 258 men, 6 children)
  • Filed 30 restraining orders
  • Completed 207 safety plans with victims and children
  • Provided group support to 98 women and 42 children
  • Met individually with 447 victims (359 women, 24 men, 64 children)
  • Gave 54 community presentations to 3,699 people
  • Provided training on domestic violence issues to 129 professionals

 

Safe Haven 

Safe Haven logoPO Box 665, 380 Lakeland Rd.
Shawano, WI 54166
(24 hour Emergency Shelter)

help@shawanoshelter.org

24 Hour Crisis Line
1-888-303-3421
715-526-3421