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!
Safe Harbor Voice | April 14, 2022
If you did not know April is Arab American Heritage, also known as MENA Heritage month. For the record MENA is an acronym that means Middle East and North Africa. This incredibly beautiful and diverse region of the world has often been villainized as a dangerous place. We have all heard the stereotypes of the people from this region as, scary, uncivilized, barbaric, and terrorists. Ignorant ideas aside, the larger issue is that we hear very little, if any, positives about the region or its people. There is so much beauty, the music, the colors, the spices, the food, the architecture, the hospitality, and so much more.
Safe Harbor Voice | March 22, 2022
This article discusses heartbreaking statistics and realities of child abuse, specifically child sexual abuse. Please take care in reading this article if it is a hard topic for you.
Safe Harbor Voice | March 8, 2022
The Help Line is operated 24/7/365 by a diverse, caring group of staff members, interns, and volunteers trained in crisis intervention, empathetic listening, and trauma-informed principles.
Safe Harbor Voice | February 3, 2022
During Black History Month, Safe Harbor is celebrating and honoring the talent we have in our own organization! Here are some words from Doris Haley, a Board Member at Safe Harbor: