What Does Parent-Child Center Do?

From January 1,2017 to December 31, 2017, Parent-Child Center provided services to:

  • A total of 274 victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and child physical and/or sexual abuse.
  • Of the 274 victims, there were 167 adults and 107 children.

Parent- Child Center's "Average Client" is:

  • Female- 80%
  • Between the ages of 30-44 - 31% or between the ages of 0-12 - 32%
  • White- 35% or Hispanic- 56%
  • Employed- 42% and makes less than $20,000 a year- 56%
  • Single-Parent- 49%

Of the 274 individuals served:

  • 189 were domestic violence victims
  • 22 were adult sexual assault victims
  • 10 were child physical abuse victims
  • 31 were child sexual abuse victims
  • 22 were victims of other related crimes such as incest, stalking, human trafficking, terrostic threats, harrassment and elder abuse

Of the 274 victims provided services:

  • 80% were female and 20% were male
  • 35% were White, 56% were Hispanic, 31% were Native American, 4% were Black and 2% were multi-racial.
  • 32% were 12 years of age or less
  • 4% were between the ages of 13 and 17
  • 23% were between the ages of 18 and 29
  • 31% were between the ages of 30 and 44
  • 8% were between the ages of 45 and 64
  • 2% were 65 years of age or older

Services provided to the 274 individuals include:

  • 3,915 adult shelter meals
  • 3,740 children shelter meals
  • 781 adult shelter beds
  • 744 children shelter beds
  • 2,116 information and/or referrals to community services
  • 959 information and/or referrals to shelter
  • 388 requests for transportation
  • 977 requests for financial aid
  • 301 requests for medical advocacy and support
  • 751 hours spent with clients
  • 95 crisis line calls answered by volunteers
  • 2,752 contacts with clients
  • 77 assistance with domestic abuse and harassment protection orders
  • 877 requests for general civil justice information/support
  • 370 requests for general criminal justice information/support
  • 1,631 persoal advocacy
  • 32 child advocacy
  • 1,432 requests for assistance with homeless prevention, rapid rehousing and/or relocation and stabilization services
  • 2,198 requests for language services and cultural/immigration advocacy 
  • 183 women and children attended support groups

Our Volunteers

  • Donated 13,387 hours on the English and Spanish Crisis Lines
  • At $15.00 per hour is equivalent to $200,805.00

If you or someone you know is being abused, there is help.

24-hour Crisis Line

324-3040 or 800-215-3040

24-Horas Linea de Crisis

324-1942 or 866-351-9594