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At Safe Harbor, we are saddened and heartbroken as we hear about the increased incidents of violent hate crimes committed against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, including the massacre that took place in Atlanta on March 16th.
Vital funding for domestic violence and sexual assault victim services organizations remains insecure due to a failure to act from Congress. Contact your legislators today, urging them to take immediate action so that the Crime Victims Fund can continue to support the work of Safe Harbor and other agencies throughout the United States.
I feel like I could write a million reasons why domestic violence is something that I am passionate about. Domestic violence is sadly woven into the fabric of our society and does not discriminate. I knew I wanted to intern at Safe Harbor a few years ago after my best friend almost lost her life to domestic violence. Safe Harbor does so much to be a part of a solution for domestic violence, and I want to be a part of that solution.
In light of International Men’s Day, I wanted to share a few thoughts of my own! As a primary prevention coordinator, I spend time in conversation with teens about intimate partner violence, healthy relationships, and the role that Safe Harbor plays in assisting and empowering survivors.