SASP administrators, state and territorial sexual assault coalitions, and advocacy programs are dedicated to making sure that all survivors of sexual violence have access to meaningful healing services. To help your organization plan how to best meet the needs of survivors of sexual violence, it is essential to understand who is living in your communities. You may have good understanding about the survivors currently being served but are less clear about those survivors who aren’t being reached. The US Census data can be a starting point for increasing your knowledge of who is in your communities. By comparing your service data with the census, you can begin to see who you are not serving. While the census is not a perfect picture of your communities, it can give one perspective that may complement your own experiences and other information you have available. Census data can be useful for thinking about where to focus outreach and services, identifying potential community partnerships, considering how to tailor materials and services, and prioritizing funding for services.