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 The rate of violent victimization – including domestic and sexual violence – is 2.5 times higher for people with disabilities. This high risk for abuse is why for more than 20 years, SAFE’s Disability Services program has provided education and training to more than 77,000 people with disabilities, family members, and professionals in the field. #KeepAustinSAFE  Our mission is to lead in ending sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, and domestic violence through prevention, intervention, and advocacy for change. Our vision is a just and safe community free from violence and abuse. #KeepAustinSAFE from #sexualassault #domesticviolence #childabuse
 Our first ever SAFE #BacktoSchool #Makeover was a huge success! Almost 30 kiddos (and a few adults!) got haircuts and new styles on our Rathgeber Village and Grove Boulevard campuses! Thanks to the barbers and stylists who came out to help make sure SAFE youth start the school year with #confidence!  We need hair stylists and barbers (especially barbers!) who have experience with Black/African-American hair types to provide back-to-school haircuts for children, youth, and some parents on our Austin campuses. That's this Sunday! Volunteers are needed for 2-hour shifts on our Rathgeber Village Campus and our Grove Boulevard Campus (we're more at need on Grove Boulevard right now) between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20 -- the day before school starts! Contact Hosie Washington at hwashington@safeaustin.org or 512.439.9097.
 “Basic needs include those things in our lives that make us feel #confident, #refreshed, and bring a #smile to our face on a challenging day. It’s a manicure set. A new pair of shoes. An aromatherapy bath set. Or an ice-cream or coffee break. We all need moments to recollect and feel #hope. Self-care is a basic need.” -- SAFE Director of In-Kind Suzy Day  Part of making sure survivors have the highest quality care possible is research. We rely on #studies from our partners in the field. Our colleagues are looking for volunteers to take part in an hour-long phone interview. Interested?
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