Founded in 1988, the YWCA offers more than temporary safety– the agency helps break the cycle of violence by offering a continuum of services, including: a 24-hour crisis and information hotline, a 65-bed emergency shelter for women and their children fleeing domestic violence, a 15-unit rapid re-housing program, community support groups, as well as community outreach and education. The agency’s goals/outcomes for the year include: 200 of 250 (80%) adults engaged in case management will achieve one or more goals from their case plans, such as legal advocacy, family therapy sessions, or securing employment. 1,904 of 2,380 (80%) callers in crisis will increase their immediate safety by developing an individualized safety plan over the phone.