Annual Stats, Human Trafficking, & More News

Happy New Year! Thank you for your loyal support in 2010. With your help, WEAVE was able to provide safe shelter, crisis intervention, and advocacy services to 19,616 women, men, and children this past year. Thank you!

Survivors: A Year of Success By the Numbers

  • 197 women and 168 children found refuge at our Safehouse for an average of 27 days
  • 15,865 callers received help on our 24-hour Support Line
  • 1,006 women and men received counseling
  • 57 children received therapy to break the cycle of violence
  • 1,404 victims received legal services
  • 212 rape victims were accompanied at the hospital during evidence collection

WEAVE Executive Director Given Governor Appointment

On December 23rd, former Governor Schwarzenegger announced the appointment of Beth Hassett, WEAVE Executive Director, to the Domestic Violence Program Advisory Council, Office of Emergency Services. As a known leader on both local and state levels, Hassett’s appointment recognizes her significant contributions through WEAVE to ending domestic violence.

Human Trafficking Programs at WEAVE

Did you know the average age of a young woman being trafficked is 12 to 14 years old? In 2008, WEAVE became a member of the Rescue and Restore Coalition to support victims of human trafficking by providing 24-hour emergency shelter and response services, and both emergency and long-term case management. Learn more about our services and involvement with the coalition in this Sacramento Bee editorial.

January is Stalking Awareness Month

3.4 million people are stalked each year in the United States. WEAVE’s 24-hour support line and legal services instill hope and offer resources to victims of stalking. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for current news and ways you can help.

We Need Sweats. Can You Help?

WEAVE is the only organization in Sacramento County that accompanies every rape victim to provide support during evidentiary exams. A victim’s clothing is collected as evidence during this process. You can ensure that every rape victim has clothing to wear home from the hospital. Help a survivor heal by making a donation from WEAVE’s Wish List today.