Susan B. Anthony Project provides crisis and support services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. All services are confidential, free, and available 24/7.
WE CAN HELP
Help is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Trained Susan B. Anthony Project counselors are available to help you stay safe—physically and emotionally. All of Susan B. Anthony Project’s crisis services are free and confidential. Call our 24-hour crisis line for immediate help 860.482.7133
Susan B. Anthony Project can assist victims in the healing process. You can meet with a trained counselor individually, or you can join a support group.
When the time is right for you, Susan B. Anthony Project counselors can help you plan for your future. We’ll work with you on your personal budget, your job goals, job search, job training, resume writing, and more.
Learn more about how COVID-19 is affecting victims of interpersonal violence, Susan B. Anthony Project, and what other types of donations we are accepting right now here.
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SBAP’s HERO Program
We welcome Lily & Vine Floral Design as a HERO for March and April! At the end of the April, they will generously match all donations made to SBAP in the HERO box displayed on their front desk. If you would like more info about SBAP’s HERO program, please contact Ashley at 860-489-3798 or email@example.com
A fun and inspiring 36-hour online giving event hosted by Connecticut Community Foundation and sponsored by Ion Bank Foundation, Give Local Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills will take place April 21st – 22nd. Support SBAP beginning April 21st
HOW YOUR DONATION IS USED
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Client Services76%
Fundraising & Administration14%
LAST YEAR YOUR GIFTS PROVIDED
Last year, Susan B. Anthony Project responded to 2,276 requests for crisis intervention via our 24-7 hotline.
Last year, we advocated in court for an average of 92 new victims of domestic and sexual violence every month.
Susan B. Anthony Project provided Community Education programs for 4,449 children and teens and an additional 1,524 adult community participants.
Last year, we provided safe shelter and transitional housing for 56 women and 46 children.