Safe Harbor Voice | January 24, 2023
On February 23, Safe Harbor, the SC Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault, the 13th Circuit Solicitors Office, SC Victims Assistance Network, and SC Legal Services are co-hosting a training to educate attorneys and legal professionals on the unique challenges faced by survivors of domestic violence in family court.
Safe Harbor Voice | December 27, 2022
This month we’ve highlighted our Community Living Team! This awesome team staffs and maintains our shelters, ensuring that those fleeing domestic violence have a safe place to stay. Luckily, this team was able to take some time away from their busy schedules for an interview about the work that they do and why!
Safe Harbor Voice | November 25, 2022
November is Native American Heritage month! This month we want to acknowledge and celebrate the numerous contributions that Native American people have given to both the United States and world!
Safe Harbor Voice | November 13, 2022
Safe Harbor's Board of Directors and staff are excited to announce our new CEO, Danny Varat, who will join us in our work to influence a culture where all people feel safe and valued in their relationships.
Safe Harbor Voice | October 31, 2022
Our Help Line is experiencing a high volume of calls. Learn how you can help us out!
Safe Harbor Voice | October 13, 2022
Here at Safe Harbor, we choose to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic individuals, especially in the face of abuse and domestic violence. So we’d like to share a story of strength and resilience from a former client; we’ll call her May.
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.