Safe Harbor Voice | August 12, 2022
The Resale Shop’s purpose is to raise money each month for Safe Harbor, clothe and provide our clients with material goods, and offer amazing thrift to our community. The life cycle of a donated good is not commonly known and we desire to offer a small glimpse into that process.
Safe Harbor Voice | July 25, 2022
The Safe Harbor Help Line Advocates serve as the first touchpoint with callers who are seeking help and support for domestic violence and are an essential part to Safe Harbor services. Many of our Help Line Advocates are volunteers with a passion for aiding abuse survivors or interns looking to experience non-profit work while studying human service related fields.
Safe Harbor Voice | June 30, 2022
Our Housing Assistance Program (HAP) is available to survivors of domestic violence needing assistance with housing support who are currently engaged in Safe Harbor’s shelter and/or community-based programs. HAP provides secure and stable housing to survivors and their children by providing a percentage of rental and utility assistance.
Safe Harbor Voice | June 21, 2022
Our Board of Directors and staff are excited to announce interim leadership. Kristie Cohens and Samantha Tucker will serve as Safe Harbor's Interim Co-Executive Directors as we continue to fulfill our mission and vision and prepare to search for long-term executive leadership.
Safe Harbor Voice | May 31, 2022
Our Community Counseling and Advocacy Team meets clients where they are each day, listening to their experiences, honoring their strengths and supporting them as they make difficult choices and find personal power to take courageous steps. We’re deeply grateful for the passion, energy and heart that our Community Counselors and Advocates bring to their work, playing an integral role carrying out our vision to influence a culture where all people can feel safe and valued in their relationships.
Safe Harbor Voice | May 18, 2022
Becky Callaham, Safe Harbor’s Executive Director, will end her 22-year tenure at the organization on May 31, 2022. She has served as the Executive Director since 2008. Safe Harbor’s Board of Directors, staff and volunteers are deeply grateful for Becky’s 22 years of service and wish her
the best in her next chapter.
Safe Harbor Voice | May 16, 2022
After much contemplation and with a myriad of feelings, I have decided to step down from the position of Executive Director for Safe Harbor. It has been the greatest privilege to have had the opportunity to walk alongside victims and survivors of domestic violence for the past 22 years, and to serve as Executive Director for 13 years.
Safe Harbor Voice | April 25, 2022
The administrative team at Safe Harbor is comprised of Human Resources, Finance, and Administration. They are the backbone of our organization and if you will, the oil that keeps the machine running. While the Safe Harbor you know as our readers and supporters, focuses on serving clients and reducing domestic violence, our administrative team makes sure we can do all of that by working hard behind the scenes!