Fewer children are exposed to any violence at all as more families are equipped with safety services to end violence and more adults who use violence change their behavior.
- The number of people needing safety services will increase 53% by 2025.
Those traumatized receive evidence-based therapy that change neural pathways.
- To reach children and families in need with therapy, we’ll increase the number served by 208% by 2025, reaching nearly 2,000 adults and children.
The first class of students graduates as young adults after receiving our prevention education from kindergarten to grade 12, equipped with what they need to pursue healthy relationships.
- 14,440 unique youth in 28 Grand Forks County schools will be reached at all education stages by 2025, an increase of 71%.
The Safer Tomorrows Road Map will flip the pyramid, transforming lives and ending violence. At our tipping point, investment will shift from intervention-based to prevention-focused spending, saving our communities as much as $31 for every dollar spent on intervention.