Programs & Services

You are not alone. Understanding abuse can be difficult and confusing – whether it is happening to you or someone you love.  Abuse is not simply physical harm. It is any pattern of controlling behavior — emotional, physical, financial, sexual, or verbal — it can be any or all of those.  The important thing to recognize is that it is simply this – when one person exerts power over another. It could be withholding food or financial support, threatening with custody of the children, or humiliation in public or private, or controlling how you move around in the community. When any behavior is used to control another person – this is abuse.

The first step to recognize that there is violence in your life or the life of a loved one and reaching out to get some help with understanding what you can do about it.

24/7 Help Line

Our 24 hour Help Line opens the door to all Safe Harbor services.

24 / 7 Help Line

24/7 Help Line

Emergency Shelter

The Safe Harbor Emergency Shelter program offers housing, food, clothing, support and resources for survivors of domestic violence and their children who are without a safe place to live because of the violence in their lives.

Emergency Shelter

Emergency Shelter

Youth Services

Family-focused crisis intervention and supportive services to children.

Youth Services

Youth Services

Community Advocacy

Crisis Response Program provides direct assistance to survivors of domestic violence at confidential locations

Community Advocacy

Community Advocacy

Support Groups

Safe Harbor offers a variety of  Support Groups for anyone who identifies needing support.

Support Groups

Support Groups

Legal Advocacy

Support, information, advocacy and court accompaniment to victims and their families.

Legal Advocacy

Legal Advocacy

Safety Planning

A safety plan is a practical plan – specific to you.

Safety Planning

Safety Planning

Serving Communities

Learn how Safe Harbor serves diverse and underserved communities.

Serving Diverse and Underserved Communities

Serving Communities

Sexual Assault Services

Safe Harbor provides support for victims seeking help to move from crisis to recovery.

Sexual Assault Services

Sexual Assault Services

I Want to Help Someone

Are you worried a friend, family member, or co-worker who may be involved in an abusive relationship?

Learn How to Help Someone Else

I Want to Help Someone

Prevention Education

A large part of the prevention strategy at Safe Harbor happens through education.

Prevention Education

Prevention Education