Who We’ve Helped

Safe Haven Facts

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.

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
· Completed 536 safety plans with students in school
· 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
· Completed 978 safety plans with students in school
· 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
· Completed 2,550 safety plans with students in school
· 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)
· Completed 2,488 safety plans with students in school
· 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
PO 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

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