Domestic Violence Awareness Month free web events


October 16, 2020
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join us for a free dance class and a 2-part series about domestic violence and making space for the self-empowerment Black women.

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SAFE Futures: Helping families stay strong


October 15, 2020
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SAFE Futures makes a difference in the lives of survivors like Janice, a military veteran and mother to a 3-year-old daughter.

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What is parental alienation?


October 15, 2020
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Parental alienation is complex. Advocates for children and survivors should understand the difference between parental alienation and protective parenting.

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A love letter to SAFE


October 6, 2020
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Mary recently reached out to ask that we tell her story. We are honored that she would share this with us and allow us to share her letter with you.

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Statement: Victims of child sex trafficking hiding in plain sight


September 18, 2020
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Child sex trafficking is not a conspiracy theory. When we subscribe to misconceptions, we are in danger of missing the vast majority of victims who are hidden in plain sight.

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Announcing new online options for workplace harassment training


September 18, 2020
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Our workplace harassment trainings are available online! BASE training offers two exciting new options for online training.

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Coordinated Entry: Meeting the needs of abuse survivors facing homelessness


September 1, 2020
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Our Coordinated Entry initiative creates a centralized screening process to help survivors of violence and abuse find housing.

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Families: Coping with the pandemic when you have schoolkids with disabilities


August 25, 2020
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School supplies line the store aisles in anticipation of an unkowable school year. And for a mom of 2 sons with autism spectrum disorder, the unknown is especially troublesome.

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Back to school amid a pandemic


August 14, 2020
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As part of our annual Back to School Drive, SAFE received enough donations of school supplies to help more than 300 kids!

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Bridge to Safety: Making sure survivors have options


August 14, 2020
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Mira called SAFE looking for a safe place to stay for a week to get away from violence at home. Bridge to Safety provided that and more.

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