PO Box 797, Alpena, MI 49707

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Organizations Filed Purposes: Hope Shores Alliance is a community supported human service organization dedicated to assisting victims/survivors and their families to end domestic, sexual violence & discrimination in their lives.

Domestic Violence: To ensure domestic violence primary and secondary victim support and advocacy services remain available and accessible. To enhance and sustain victim services through systems change and community coordinated response throughout the service area as well as state and national systems/social change opportunities focused on the dynamics and root causes of domestic violence. Hope Shores Alliance provided hotline help and support to 587 people, 2,923 emergency shelter bed-nights, safe shelter to 156 survivors, 1,578 instances of supportive advocacy and listening to 146 survivors, 118 instances of legal advocacy and court accompaniment, 61.5 hours of support groups, 1,003 hours of counseling, and 22 instances of children's activities and childcare.

Supportive Housing: To provide access to long-term safe, affordable housing for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their dependent children. Additionally, the program provides advocacy, support and education focused on assisting victims in transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing through 24 months of transitional supportive housing assistance and support. For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, Hope Shores Alliance provided transitional supportive housing to 22 adults and 42 children.

Sexual Assault: To increase access and availability of primary and secondary victim immediate response as well as historical post-trauma advocacy and support through direct services, building and sustaining community coordinated capacity as well as local, state and national social/systems change focused on the dynamics and root causes of sexual assault. The agency has two sexual assault response teams SART that provide 24/7/365 day per year sexual assault advocacy through the collaborative SART team of prosecuting attorney, law enforcement and hospital staff on each team providing a trauma-informed response to rape victims. In fiscal year 2020 our advocates provided 16 SART calls with 38 hours of supportive advocacy for rape victims in emergency rooms.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Valerie WilliamsExecutive Dir.40$70,500
Mary LintonSecretary1$0
Edna SorensenTreasurer1$0
Char KeunePresident1$0
Debra ZajacTrustee1$0
Beth LangTrustee1$0
Tom Sherrill-MixTrustee1$0
Belinda PageTrustee1$0

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