DVCC 2017 Year in Review

published by Jill McDonald

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Domestic Violence Crisis Center
Our vision is for everyone in our community to experience only healthy relationships. Until that vision is achieved for everyone, we provide safe space for hope, healing, and planning for all survivors who experience violence in their home-life.
2017 Year in Review
DVCC Groups
DV Support Group
SA Support Group
Children's Support Group
DVCC Emergency Shelter
Empower Innovate Educate
2017 marked DVCC's 40th year in our region. We are proud to have come from a grass roots concept to an agency that provides top notch violence intervention services. We now have a phenomenal facility that is unique because of the campus structure. We have evolved from an emergency shelter that could house 15 people to a space that can shelter 40 people.  

A night of safety may mean a safe reprieve for a single night or it may mean a permanent escape from violence to a survivor. In 2017, DVCC provided over 3,800 nights of safety and 15, 200 meals to victims of violence and their children.  

We rely on federal and state grants for 50% of our income, private grants for 25%, and private donations for the remaining 25%. We are so grateful for the support from so many of you in our region. Thank you.
Our 40th Year