With your support,2,000 Asian/ Paciﬁc Islander communitymemberswere informed aboutthe dynamics of domesticviolence and where to seekservices through basicdomestic violence and culturalcompetency trainings. Thisresulted in an increase in callsto DVRP’s hotline in 2012.
With your support,17 domesticviolence and cultural competencytrainingswere facilitated fordomestic violence serviceproviders and staff at Asian/ Paciﬁc Islander community basedorganizations.
159 survivors of domestic violence and sexual assaultand90childrenreceived lifesaving services through DVRP’s SurvivorServices Program: obtaining protection orders, ﬁnding safe havenin shelters, building an effective safety plan and ﬁnding a sense ofcommunity again.The majority of these survivors would not have reached out forhelp without culturally and linguistically speciﬁc services.
“I have trust in my advocate, trust in DVRP’s conﬁdentiality and I feel safe having a safety [plan].”