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On November 2, 2006, 62% of identified local domestic violence programs across the United States participated in the first National Census of Domestic Violence Services. The results are highlighted in the NNEDV report published March 13, 2007: Domestic Violence Counts. A 24-hour census of domestic violence shelters and services across the United States.

picture of a clock with the November 2nd date for Census 2006 Domestic Violence Counts survey

Five Appendices Only

Supplement 1: Census 2006: State/Territory Summaries Compiled (54 pages)

Chart of Individual State/Territory Summaries [1 page sheets]

Alabama Hawaii Michigan North Carolina Texas
Alaska Idaho Minnesota North Dakota Utah
Arizona Illinois Mississippi Ohio Vermont
Arkansas Indiana Missouri Oklahoma Virginia
California Iowa Montana Oregon Virgin Islands
Colorado Kansas Nebraska Pennsylvania Washington
Connecticut Kentucky Nevada Puerto Rico West Virginia
Delaware Louisiana New Hampshire Rhode Island Wisconsin
District of Columbia Maine New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming
Florida Maryland New Mexico South Dakota
Georgia Massachusetts New York Tennessee

 

Supplement 2: Census 2006:Explaining the Census: Talking Points to Share with your Colleagues, Media and Local Community

Supplement 3: Census 2006: March 13, 2007 Press Release of Census 2006 report and Press Release in Spanish.

Supplement 4: Census 2006: Census Survey Packet that includes the census questionnaire, definition of terms, and instructions for local participating primary-purpose domestic violence programs.

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