Results

All of our programs are monitored and evaluated to ensure the best results for those we serve.
Some of our program outcomes for the past year are provided below.

GREAT RESULTS

Helping those who are harmed

People who are harmed find safety, support and empowerment

Mom and kids are safe at shelter, no longer exposed to violence that harms child development, and have time and space to heal.

Mom and kids move into CVIC’s Hope Transitional Housing and now get to wake
up each morning to safety and peace. The fear is gone.

Mom goes back to school or finds work and now supports
her family. They will never be forced back into an abusive home for lack of resources.

The new Sexual Assault Response Team will coordinate services to better help victims through the trauma.

97%
of clients surveyed said they were safer after receiving crisis services

 

83%
of clients graduated the program and found safe, permanent housing over the past five years

90%
of clients took steps toward securing jobs or enrolling in school

100%
of sexual assault clients received coordinated services at the local emergency room

STORIES ABOUT
LIVES TRANSFORMED


EVEN BETTER RESULTS

Healing kids and reducing violence at home

Children are given the chance to heal from trauma,
batterers learn new choices to end their violence at home,
and the cycle of violence ends within families.

Through therapy, kids develop skills to manage the impact of their trauma (fear, anxiety, acting out) in healthy ways and begin to heal.

97%
of kids surveyed/rated learned healthy coping skills and improved emotional well-being

84%
of youth surveyed reported improvement in grades, school behavior, and ability to pay attention


STORIES ABOUT
LIVES TRANSFORMED


 BEST RESULTS OF ALL

Ending violence once and for all

Our children learn healthy ways of relating, and violence is prevented before it ever starts.

Our Safer Tomorrows Road Map is leading the way to virtually ending violence
in two generations across Grand Forks County. This exciting initiative evolved out of
the collaborative Safer Tomorrows Project, in which nearly 10,000 students each year
received healthy relationship education at 43 schools throughout the county.
The results are compelling!

Greater Grand Forks will be the best Midwest community in which to live, learn, work and play
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