NOA provided shelter and support services to 2,086 men, women & children.
NOA sheltered 107 people for a total of 2,716 bed nights.
NOA advocates responded to 3,463 crisis calls.
Advocates provided over 4,000 resource referrals.
Legal advocates assisted with 108 Temporary Protective Orders.
Licensed counselors provided 670 counseling sessions to victims suffering from the traumatic effects of DV.
The housing program assisted 19 families with long term housing.
Assisted with over $178,000 in emergency financial assistance.
DV Prevention School Program: This program provides education to elementary, middle, and high school students on the dynamics and dangers of abusive relationships. The curriculum “Hands are not for Hitting,” “Bullying,” “Domestic Violence,” and “Dating Violence,” was presented to a total of 1,185 students.