Impact and State Reports

The Hotline and love is respect provide ongoing support, education, and resources to thousands of people every year through our phone, text, and live chat services. The information we collect from these interactions helps us gain valuable insights into the changing needs of survivors across the country and allows us to better understand how people are utilizing our services.

Each year, The Hotline publishes state and territory-specific data about relationship abuse alongside partners in government and coalition spaces to foster collaboration across the field and best inform future practice and policy. We also publish annual impact reports on The Hotline’s impact to inform supporters about the reach of our work as an organization.

Download our state and impact reports below to learn more about domestic violence across the United States and its territories.

Impact Reports

Our impact reports summarize our reach as a service and hub for information about healthy relationships, domestic violence, and relationship abuse. We aim to use this information to better inform future advocacy and to share our impact with our supporters.

State Reports

Our state reports highlight individual data for all 50 states informed by contacts to The Hotline and love is respect. In addition to annual overviews, we also publish half reports documenting contacts made from January to June.

Learn about domestic violence trends in your area by downloading local state reports.

 

The Hotline State Reports

The Hotline Half Yearly Reports

These reports are based on contacts documented from January – June.

love is respect State Reports

love is respect Half Yearly Reports

These reports are based on contacts documented from January – June.

Territory Reports

Our territory reports document contacts made to The Hotline and love is respect from Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands.

Territory Half Yearly Reports

These reports are based on contacts documented from January – June.