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Our communities are facing an unprecedented challenge to respond to complexity of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic. Like all other organizations and businesses, Safe Harbor is continually adapting our staffing and service models to address the unique needs and challenges of our clients during this time. Safe Harbor remains committed to providing a continuum of services for victims of domestic violence and their children - especially now, when they are more vulnerable than ever for experiencing abuse in their homes.
Below you will find additional resources available in our community; these will be updated as more information is available.
We remain committed to providing a 24/7 life line for victims of domestic violence and their children who need emergency safety planning and shelter.
Safe Harbor prevention and education staff will continue to provide e-learning curriculum, social media support and virtual connectivity, maintaining our efforts to curb the next generation of domestic violence and provide resources in ways that our community can access during times of social distancing and quarantine.
Safe Harbor direct service staff will continue to provide emergency shelter, mobile counseling and advocacy, and safety planning. The lives victims depend on immediate response and on-going shelter, counseling and advocacy from experts in domestic violence, especially during a time of increased stress, isolation and community crisis.
For a detailed list of what our current services look like, please see: Safe Harbor Service Updates in Response to COVID-19/Coronavirus.
Safe Harbor's 24/7 help line: 1-800-291-2139 (free and confidential)
Safe Harbor's Crisis Line Safety Planning Guide
Futures Without Violence's COVID-19 Resources for Survivors
National Domestic Violence Hotline's COVID-19 Safety Plan Info
Love is Respect's Interactive Guide to Safety Planning
Sanctuary for Families' Safety Planning During COVID-19: Tips From Survivors For Survivors