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Our Issues and Impact

SafeNest is dedicated to ending the epidemic of domestic violence.

  • Our Mission

    To provide comprehensive, collaborative, and innovative services for everyone affected by domestic and sexual violence while passionately working to end this shared epidemic.

  • Our Vision

    Relationships free from violence and abuse

Our Impact in 2021

Shelter Services

Total number of emergency shelter bednights

37,433

Shelter Services

SafeNest provides confidential, emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence, including children and pets.

Emergency Shelter

Protection Order Office

Survivors assisted with court preparation, court accompaniment, and other advocacy services

1,985

Court Support

SafeNest helps survivors navigate their legal options and provide support throughout legal proceedings, including acquiring protection orders.

Court Support

Hotline Services

Crisis callers assisted

20,170

Hotline Services

Trained advocates help survivors develop a safety plan, file emergency temporary protection orders, connect with resources, access our emergency shelter and more.

24/7/365 Domestic Violence Hotline

Counseling Offices

Therapy sessions provided

4,873

Counseling Offices

SafeNest provides private and group counseling services designed to help victims recover from the trauma of abuse and stop the cycle of violence. Licensed therapists, counselors and social workers counsel victims, batterers and their children.

Counseling Services

Crisis Response in the Field

Survivors supported in court and on-scene with LVMPD

7,925

Crisis Response in the Field

Project Safe 417 (PS417) is a unique collaborative program between SafeNest and the Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) dedicated to reducing domestic violence related abuse and homicides in the Las Vegas valley.

PS417

Community Education

Youth and adult participants trained in domestic violence prevention and crisis intervention

3,556

Prevention & Outreach

SafeNest helps build safer communities through prevention, education, and workplace training programs designed to end the epidemic of domestic violence.

Prevention & Education

Volunteers

Volunteers recruited and trained

277

Hours of direct service provided by volunteers

16,379

Hours of service provided by Board of Directors

1,300

Volunteers

Our domestic violence first response volunteers are tough, dedicated, fearless HEROES. We respond when survivors need us most. We support victims in immediate crisis. WE SAVE LIVES.

Volunteer

Download our 2021 Impact Report

2021 Impact Report