Support Network for Battered Women
Rating: 3.22 stars 9 9 reviews
1257 Tasman Drive Suite C Sunnyvale CA 94089 USA
The mission of the Support Network for Battered Women is to empower our diverse community to live free of domestic violence.
FY07-08 Statistics In FY 07-08, Support Network staff and volunteers answered 6,208 crisis calls and sheltered 247 women and children. Our agency assisted 1,132 clients and 16,235 counseling and case management sessions, and provided 7,683 advocacy, information, and referral services.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
1132 clients were served by the Support Network during FY 08-09
Geographic areas served:
Santa Clara County
Support Network's services include a confidential, emergency shelter housing 18-24 women and children in crisis, the county's only toll-free, 24-hour, bilingual (English/Spanish) hotline, individual and group therapy, counseling, legal services including court accompaniment, children and teen programs, community outreach and preventative education. La Familia is a growing, innovative, culturally competent program targeted to the Latino community through which we work to keep families united while ending domestic violence. All direct service staff are culturally competent and 83% bilingual (English/Spanish). For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, we answered over 5,400 crisis calls, sheltered 245 women and children and assisted 795 clients with 9,400 counseling and 2,965 advocacy and referral services.
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This organization provides extremely valuable support for victims of domestic violence, mostly women and young children. The organization has a 24 hr. toll free crisis line, an emergency shelter, and provides counseling, legal assistance, education and many other services to victims. The services are provided by a combination of staff (employees) and volunteers. The staff and volunteers are the best in their field, and work around the clock to provide help to people who are often in a very desperate situation.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The faces of the victims of emnestic violence. many of these women and children have no other place to go.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The level of energy and enthusiasm of the staff and the volunteers is unbelievable.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
The best in their field. Hard working and always trying to achieve the best results for the clients.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help more victims and expand emergency shelter operations.
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