Group Hands

A snapshot of C4DP’s reach and impact

Fiscal year 2021-2022

Emergency Hotline

8,956: Hotline calls answered (in both English and Spanish), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provided crisis intervention, safety planning, emotional support, referrals, and information.

Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing

24,941: Total number of bed nights of emergency shelter and transitional housing for 178 adults and 228 children, along with personal and economic empowerment activities, food, clothing, transportation, accompaniment, group therapy, childcare, art classes, and help securing permanent housing.

Legal Systems Advocacy

469: Individuals provided with advocacy within the civil and criminal justice system, improving victims’ ability to achieve effective results with restraining orders, police reports, and more.

Batterer Intervention Programs

Batterer Intervention Programs

Educated 113 men through ManKind and 40 women through WomanKind/Mujer Gentil to teach them skills to stop their violent behavior.

Therapy and Counseling

135: Children and their non-abusing parents provided with“In This Together” child/parent therapy to heal the trauma caused by witnessing domestic violence and to build family unity.

Support Groups

94: Empowerment support group participants; help with domestic violence education, emotional support, and referrals.

Counseling: Marin Youth Services

53: Youths, teens and young adults provided with age-appropriate services through Marin Youth Services.