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Safe Haven for Newborns Statistics Print

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SAFE HAVEN FOR NEWBORNS, TRULY MAKING A DIFFERENCE:

  • 213 newborns saved from abandonment, securing their future.
  • 5.OOO girls/woman assisted in their time of need or crisis.
  • 59 mothers, their anonymity not a concern, choose to place their baby directly with a licensed adoption agency.
  • 5 parents were helped to successfully regain their parental rights.

Each year, many girls and women in need or crisis are assisted through "A Safe Haven for Newborns"  .....................

By Year Left at Safe Havens Abandoned in Unsafe Places Total   By County Left at Safe Havens Abandoned in Unsafe Places Total
2000 1 3 4   Alachua 10 0 10
2001 4 3 7   Bay 2 1 3
2002 10 6 16   Brevard 4 2 6
2003 14 9 23   Broward 29 7 36
2004 10 3 13   Charlotte 4 0 4
2005 23 3 26   Clay 2 0 2
2006 16 7 23   Collier 0 1 1
2007 23 4 27   Columbia 5 0 5
2008 22 6 28   Davie 1 0 1
2009 17 3 20   Duval 14 3 17
2010 11 0 11   Escambia 7 0 7
2011 13 0 13   Flagler 3 0 3
2012 21 3 24   Hernando 3 0 3
2013 23 3 26   Highlands 3 2 5
2014 5 1 6   Hillsborough 6 2 8
Totals: 213 54 267   Indian River 2 1 3
    (Alive:23Dead:31)
  Lake 4 0 4
By Location Total   Lee 8 1 9
Fire Rescue & EMS 62   Leon 3 0 3
Hospitals 146   Manatee 5 1 6
Police Station 1   Marion 4 1 5
Safe Haven for Newborns 2   Martin 1 0 1
Sheriff's Station 2   Miami-Dade 28 8 36
Total Saved: 213   Monroe 0 2 2
      Nassau 1 0 1
  Okaloosa 1 1 2
  Orange 11 4 15
  Osceola 2 0 2
  Palm Beach 14 4 18
  Pasco 2 1 3
  Pinellas 3 3 6
  Polk 5 3 8
  Putnam 1 1 2
  Santa Rosa 5 1 6
  Seminole 10 1 11
  St. Lucie 3 0 3
  Sumter 0 1 1
  Taylor 1 0 1
  Volusia 6 2 8
 



  Totals: 213 54 267