Impact Report

Our Impact Reports: Why They Matter

One in three women and one in seven men are impacted by domestic violence in their lifetime. The 2017 National Domestic Violence Hotline Impact Report illustrated the many ways in which that abuse plays out in relationships where domestic violence is present, as well as shifts in awareness about abuse for survivors of violence. For example, between 2016 and 2017, we saw a sharp increase in contacts reaching out for support and referrals related to gun violence. Additionally, we saw a modest increase in contacts reaching out for support related to immigration, however, advocates at The Hotline have noted that many immigrant survivors aren’t asking for support outside of protective orders or calling the police due to a heightened fear about detention and deportation. Clearly, there is a need for the supportive services and resources provided by organizations like ours,” said Katie Ray-Jones, CEO of The Hotline.

Download current and former Impact Reports below for more detail.

2018 Impact Report

The Hotline Impact Report

2017 Impact Report

The Hotline Impact Report

2016 Impact Report

The Hotline Impact Report

2015 Impact Report

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