In 2012, 564 people sough safe, emergency shelter at Harbor House for 17,441 days of care, 13,182 students and educators participated in 400 prevention education presentations, and 865 women participated in one-on-one counseling.
Harbor House Annual Reports
At Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, we’re fortunate to receive funding, services, and additional support from our amazing network of individual donors and volunteers, as well as the United Way and other agencies and foundations. We know that our domestic abuse programming would not be possible without this community support, and we do our very best to use these resources to advocate for individuals and families affected by domestic abuse.
If you’d like more detailed information on where this community support comes from and how we use it to affect the lives of those affected by domestic violence, please take a look at our annual reports. These reports provide a breakdown of funding, expenses, and outcomes from our programming – demonstrating how we turn your tremendous support for our organization into services for domestic violence victims and survivors.
In 2011, our shelter program ran over capacity 81% of the year, with a record 600 in-shelter residents and a record 332 children. However, we were able to permanently expand to a 55-bed facility, and our volunteers stepped up in a big way, contributing just under 16,000 hours of their time and setting a new Harbor House record for volunteer hours!