June 28, 2018
Katherine turned 10 years old last month and her birthday wish was to take some of her own savings (plus money she received from friends and relatives) and give this back to her community.
June 26, 2018
When a child does not feel safe they are unable to undertake the normal developmental processes needed to grow and thrive. Instead, they are only able to focus on survival.
June 18, 2018
Safe Harbor’s Oconee Shelter has also enjoyed continuous support from local restaurants, offering a “Chef’s Night Off” by providing dinner for all shelter residents on a monthly basis.
May 11, 2018
I am especially thankful to the mothers I met through my day-to-day work in Safe Harbor’s Greenville Shelter that year.
March 1, 2018
While sheer numbers cannot capture the beating heart of our work, it does illustrate the general volume of victims served by Safe Harbor and their steps toward healing from the violence and trauma.
December 19, 2017
“Self-care is an act of self-love.”
September 22, 2017
An Interview with Title IX Coordinators Megan Fallon (Clemson University) and Melissa Nichols (Furman University)
August 1, 2017
If you’ve ever questioned the long-term outcomes of prevention education, please allow my story to be a testament to its success. Prevention truly does change lives.