In 1990, the shelter was expanded to 17 beds, and in the spring of 1997, Catalyst further expanded HAVEN to include office space for shelter staff. Catalyst maintained this facility until 2010 when we opened our new safe housing facilities. These facilities include HAVEN, a 28-bed temporary residence for victims of domestic violence and their children who are at immediate risk, and four Cottages, transitional housing units for single families to reside for up to 18 months. In 2015, Catalyst increased the number of beds available to 32 in order to accommodate survivors of all genders and their children.
Today, Catalyst is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation administered by a board of directors. Catalyst continues to be the sole certified provider of crisis intervention services for victims of domestic violence and their children in Butte County.