-Shelter will be provided to 250 more survivors each year, increasing the shelter’s capacity by more than 40 percent for years to come.
-Domestic violence survivors will stay long enough to receive counseling and services to help break the cycle of domestic violence. New family rooms will allow survivors and their children to heal in the privacy they deserve.
-A new classroom will provide educational services for thousands of clients annually.
-Potential instances of violence against clients, staff, and volunteers will be prevented.