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Safe Harbor is proud to work with community partners and individual community members in the important work of raising awareness about intimate partner violence and finding ways to end this pervasive community issue. These webinars and recordings are just some of the ways we connect with community members. Safe Harbor staff and trained Ambassadors are available to discuss a range of topics, including domestic violence education and information about our services. Request a Safe Harbor speaker on our website or by calling (864) 467-1177.

Educational Videos

Community Talk-Back: Black Women's Experiences with Intimate Partner Violence

At Safe Harbor, we recognize that domestic violence, racism, and sexism intersect in the lives of Black women, resulting in high barriers to support and safety. Consequently, Black women are far more likely to die due to domestic violence. On August 30th, 2020, we held a Community Talk-Back about Black Women's Experience with Intimate Partner Violence. We hope to continue the conversation about the barriers faced by African American women and how we can address them as a community. If you were not able to participate last week, you can watch the recording of the talk-back at the link below and stay tuned for more opportunities like this. Follow us on social media and visit our website, safeharborsc.org to stay up-to-date.

Domestic Violence Resources for Property Management

This webinar was a collaboration between USAA, Loebsack and Brownlee PLLC, and Safe Harbor. Topics covered include domestic violence and housing law, the dynamics of domestic violence, and Safe Harbor services. This training is helpful for anyone who is interested in learning more about a property manager's legal responsibilities about domestic violence and the legal protections afforded to victims of domestic violence as they relate to lease contracts. 

Mental Health Resources for Survivors of Intimate Partner violence

Intimate Partner Violence negatively affects the mental health of those who experience it. This short webinar focuses on a variety of creative resources for those coping with the effects of abuse; the resources discussed in this webinar can also be found on this resource list

Domestic violence and sexual assault resources in the upstate

This webinar, hosted by Pride Link with the Julie Valentine Center and Safe Harbor as guests, covers the basics of sexual assault and domestic violence, resources for survivors, and how the JVC and Safe Harbor are safely providing services during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Safe Harbor Service Updates during COVID-19

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact daily life, we are doing what we can to continue to offer services to survivors of domestic violence in a safe way. This short video highlights how we are delivering services during this time. You can find more details about our services during the pandemic on our blog

Actualizaciones de nuestros servicios durante el COVID-19

Mientras la pandemia del COVID-19 sigue impactando nuestras vidas diariamente, estamos haciendo todo lo posible para seguir ofreciéndole servicios a los sobrevivientes de la violencia doméstica de una manera segura. Este video breve demuestra cómo estamos proveyendo nuestros servicios en estos tiempos del COVID. Pueden encontrar más información sobre nuestros servicios durante la pandemia en nuestro blog.

Healthcare Professionals - Short Video (10 mins)

This short video for medical professionals hopes to achieve several things. First, to help medical professionals understand and identify domestic abuse since nearly 80% of female victims of domestic abuse visit emergency departments for medical treatment, and as many as 72% are not identified as victims. Second, to empower you to respond effectively to the needs of the survivor and be able to offer options that could include contacting Safe Harbor. And third, learn the warning signs of domestic abuse, and be able to talk with your patients in a safe manner. 

Healthcare Professionals - Full Video (20 mins)

This in-depth video for medical professionals hopes to achieve several things. First, to help medical professionals understand and identify domestic abuse since nearly 80% of female victims of domestic abuse visit emergency departments for medical treatment, and as many as 72% are not identified as victims. Second, to empower you to respond effectively to the needs of the survivor and be able to offer options that could include contacting Safe Harbor. And third, learn the warning signs of domestic abuse, and be able to talk with your patients in a safe manner. 

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