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"Once again, New York State ranks #3 in the country regarding 'Total People Served' as well as 'Unmet Requests for Services'. Of the Unmet Requests for Services, the most frequently requested need in our state that could not be addressed was for housing.
The Census also indicated that domestic violence programs in New York simply do not have the resources that they need to maintain advocates, and respond to critical requests for domestic violence services."
Here's some info on the scope of services provided across the state. About 3/4 of the 96 providers across the state responded to the survey. On this one day alone they provided:
Because without the funds for essential services to help survivors of domestic violence, this mom who fled abuse in the night and had no supports to help her, wouldn't months later transition with her son from shelter into their own apartment free of abuse,
|This graph from the National Center on Elder Abuse shows the increasing |
numbers of people 65+ and 85+ in the US.
|Wellspring's Maggie Fronk and Hawley Foundation's|
Board President Pam Polascek