• We have provided over 117 children and youth with counseling and advocacy services this year.
  • We have provided prevention education to over 16,000 persons including over 10,000 high school students this year.
  • We have responded to over 411 hotline calls this year.
  • We have responded to over 105 hospital emergency room requests for crisis service when a sexual assault victim sought care this year.
  • We have provided professional training to over 152 allied professionals this year.
  • We have provided over 326 victims of sexual violence with counseling and advocacy services this year.
  • We have provided 24/7 telephone crisis services to over 200 victims each year.
  • We have provided over 34 significant others with counseling services this year.

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Healthy Relationships Presentation

Filmed March 2019: Domestic Violence Outreach, Archdiocese of Chicago View the Video Here! Licensed Social Worker Jessica Caccavallo talks to high school students about healthy relationships. Jessica is from the Northwest Center Against Sexual Assault and is responsible for outreach to schools. The presentation is part of Fr. Chuck Dahm’s Domestic Violence Outreach Ministry for […]

Suburban companies honored in 29th AABE awards

March 1, 2019: Daily Herald Business Ledger Twenty-three companies and business organizations have been selected as honorees of the 29th Annual Awards for Business Excellence (AABE), presented by the Daily Herald Business Ledger and its sponsoring partners. The AABEs are given to businesses and organizations in recognition of achievements, growth and community involvement… read more

Committee Approves Social Service Allocations

January 9, 2019: Evanston RoundTable City Council’s Human Services Committee members recommended in favor on Jan. 7 of allocations for a wide range of social service programs serving at-risk populations, including three that had not received funding in recent years. Members of the committee voted in favor of recommendations from the City’s Mental Health Board […]

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Kindergarten Could Be Too Late

*Trigger Warning* Did you know? Northwest CASA educates over 26,000 students during the average school year.  Our Prevention Educator, Jessica, says that right now about half of her schedule is the Kindergarten & Elementary age and half of her schedule is High School. While out in the community – she is sometimes posed the question […]