2022 Accomplishments

We served 375 women and more than 250 children.

More than 70% of the women that use our “Drop-In” Center take advantage of at least one additional program or service, including individual therapy, housing navigation, and peer-led case management.

Connected 76 women in our anti-trafficking program with a doctor or mental health provider.

Providing vital mental and medical health services to the women we serve is made possible by our partnership with Medical Safe Haven. They specialize in working with those who have been trafficked and lead with trauma-informed practices and care.

Provided 3,837 meals.

We know the sad truth that women trade sex to meet their basic needs for food, shelter, and other necessities. At CASH, we meet basic needs first. We have steadily increased the number of meals we provide to women and have become a trusted place for women to bring their children. We also provide take home boxes of food thanks to our partnership with the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Center.

Provided 94 HIV tests to women through our partnerships with the CARES Foundation, One Community Health, and Harm Reduction Services.

40% of the women we serve know their HIV status. Our goal is to reach 100%.

Diverted 11 women from the criminal justice system through our RESET diversion program.

For far too long, women have been incarcerated instead of helped, which is not a system that can eliminate exploitation. Our Program supports, educates, and listens to women. We work with women to reach their goals.

Assisted 89 women through our Comprehensive Services for Survivors.

100% of women who have been in the program for one year or more received quality medical care and half entered a substance abuse treatment program to work on their behavioral health.

Graduated 33 ReCON Employment Program participants, 17 of whom found employment.

Our Employment Program helps women remove barriers to employment, develop employment skills, interview with confidence, and have support as new employees. In addition to employment, we were also able to connect 6 graduates with internships!

Helped 22 women and children attain Rapid Rehousing and Permanent Supportive housing.

In collaboration with Sacramento Steps Forward, the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), and the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA), we secured housing for the women and children we serve.

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