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877-322-7272

 220 S. Burlington Ave. Suite 4

Hastings, Nebraska 68901

 402-463-5810

communityed@hastingssasa.com

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Upcoming Events:

Mardi Gras Fundraiser

March 12, 2016: Join us for our largest fundraiser of the year!

 

Denim Day 2016

April 27th: You and your business can help raise awareness  about the issue of sexual violence by wearing denim

ESCAPING AN ABUSIVE CHILDHOOD

A Survivor's Story

VICTORIES

At SASA we are proud to say we are able to help people escape domestic violence. Here are stories from survivors.

A Victory after 29 years

A Survivor's Story

ANNUAL REPORT

SASA impacts the Hastings Area in multiple ways.

Annual Report: 2014

SASA's Accomplishments in 2014

 

  • Face-to-face case management services for 1,281 survivors;
  • Community education about domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and teen dating violence to over 9,000 individuals during 68 presentations/ workshops/ booths;
  • Fielded 1,863 crisis calls on our 24/7 emergency hotline (5 per day average);
  • Served 151 rural residents at our Superior/Hastings offices;
  • Provided general advocacy to 2,032 men, women, and children;
  • Hosted 42 men in our Batterer’s Intervention Classes;
  • Provided 1,550 bed nights and 4,931 meals at our shelter for 96 unduplicated men, women and children at risk of imminent harm (47 families) – 150 individuals if duplicated.
  • Offered women support group to 249 women (duplicated) and 223 children (duplicated);
  • Operated an informative website regarding client rights and services with over 13,000 visits;
  • Conducted domestic violence assessments for District and County Court Judges;
  • Offered technical assistance and trainings to law enforcement, the County Attorney’s Office, the Victim/ Witness Unit;
  • Helped clients file 369 protection and harassment orders;
  • Hosted Spanish Support Group for women survivors and their children;
  • Court accompaniment for survivors seeking support throughout the criminal justice system;
  • Held 29 school seminars to area public and parochial schools in our four-county area;
  • Gave referrals to substance abuse, mental health, financial and legal services on behalf of clients.

 

Volunteer Statistics 2014

Estimate yearly number of unduplicated volunteers in direct client services: 5

Estimate the yearly number of unduplicated volunteers in non-direct client services: 48

Total number of volunteer hours: 1,165

 

SASA IN THE NEWS

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What we've been up to:

November 14, 2015:

We hosted our first ever Dancing Away Domestic Violence event with a fun-filled Zumba class led by Nery Shafer. We coined the day as an opportunity to "Be Fit! Have Fun! and Raise Awareness!" We had over XX participants and raised $XX! Thanks to everyone who participated!

Denim day 2016:

April XX, 2016:

Denim Day is a day in which we asking local businesses and schools to wear jeans to support the survivors of sexual violence in our community. Wear jeans to show your protest against sexual violence!

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To be a source of help, hope, safety, and inspiration to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. We embrace and focus on the story of each individual with deep concern and care in order to understand, facilitate, advocate, and support.

SASA Crisis Center | 220 S. Burlington Ave. Suite 4 | Hastings, Nebraska 68901 | 402-463-5810 | executivedirector@hastingssasa.com

Project supported by Administration of Children and Families through the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (G-1501NEFVPS).

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