Hubbard House is the domestic violence center that serves victims and their children in Duval and Baker counties. In 2009, there were more than 7,800 incidents of domestic violence reported in Duval and Baker counties. Hubbard House provided services to more than 6,200 victims of domestic violence within the last year. Listed below is some information on what Hubbard House is doing in its efforts to end domestic violence in our communities.
6,231 – Total Clients Served Agency Wide
48,599- Counseling Hours Provided
Emergency Shelter services include emergency shelter, 24-hour emergency hotline, counseling for adults and children, support groups and advocacy, therapeutic childcare center, and school-based education.
1,021 – Clients Sheltered
- Women – 562
- Children – 450
- Men – 9
3,429- Hotline Calls Received
26,090 – Days of Shelter
13,745 – Adult Counseling Hours
15,314 – Children’s Counseling Hours
Outreach services include: 24-hour emergency response, support groups for adult victims, psycho-educational groups for children, case management services, crisis intervention, individual counseling, advocacy, relocation assistance, court advocacy, and Helping At Risk Kids (HARK), a therapeutic intervention and prevention program designed to empower children from abusive homes.
4,702 – Clients Served
- Women – 3,576
- Children – 547
- Men – 579
14,084 – Adult Counseling Hours
5,456 – Children’s Counseling Hours
Community Education Outreach
Hubbard House staff and volunteers speak to many different segments of the public, including civic and community-based groups, professional and educational audiences, and governmental and business employees. Hubbard House offers a Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAP), which is a violence-prevention program aimed at both knowledge and behavior change education for middle and high school students.
222 – Presentations/Trainings
14,229 – Presentation/Training Participants
5,245 – RAP Student Participants
Hubbard House Thrift Store
In addition to providing much needed financial support to the agency, the Thrift Store also provides free clothing, furniture, and household items to Hubbard House clients and their children to help them in their transition to a peaceful life.
$38,614 – Value of Goods Donated to Clients
If you or anyone you know is in an abusive relationship please call the Hubbard House Domestic Violence Hotline at (904) 354-3114 or toll-free at (800) 500-1119.
ABOUT HUBBARD HOUSE
Hubbard House is a nationally recognized leader in domestic violence intervention. Founded as the first domestic violence shelter in Florida in 1976, Hubbard House is a certified, comprehensive domestic violence center providing programs and services to more than 5,000 women, children, and men annually in Duval and Baker counties. While Hubbard House is most known for its emergency shelter, the agency also provides extensive adult and youth outreach services, school-based education, therapeutic childcare, batterers’ intervention programs, court advocacy and volunteer and community education opportunities. Visit www.hubbardhouse.org to learn more.