Harbor provides the support that survivors of sexual and domestic violence need
to overcome their crisis and to transform their lives.
Safe Harbor provides the support that survivors of sexual and domestic violence need to overcome their crisis and to transform their lives.
Safe Harbor could not deliver our mission without the support of our community partners. We recognize the importance of collaboration. Our relationships with many various groups allowed us to expand our efforts to serve various populations.
A partnership with Lakeside United Methodist Church, and the use of a home they own, has allowed Safe Harbor to provide transitional housing. This opportunity expanded our available bed count for families escaping violence.
With our sister agencies, the YWCA of Richmond and Hanover Safe Place, we continue to provide hospital accompaniment to 11 area hospitals across the greater Richmond region. This unique collaborative provides survivors of sexual and domestic abuse accompaniment and follow up services at the most critical time.
Human trafficking is a growing concern in our region. Recognizing that we needed to expand services to these victims, Safe Harbor entered into a partnership with Gray Haven, a local non-profit specializing in trafficking issues, and Commonwealth Catholic Charities. Our three agencies combined can now provide intensive case management services, trauma-informed therapy, and offender education.
Domestic violence immigration cases have been on the rise. Safe Harbor’s partnership with Virginia Poverty Law Center supports immigrant survivors by combining advocacy with specialized legal services.
Intimate partner violence on college campuses is making headlines. Safe Harbor entered in agreements with the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University to bring intervention and prevention strategies designed specifically for campus students and faculty.
The need for services to the LGBTQ community has always been on Safe Harbor’s radar, so it was natural to accept an opportunity to partner with the Virginia Anti-Violence Project on a federal grant to provide services to this under-served population. The Richmond Area Partnership (RAP) was created to increase safety and services for the LGBTQ community.
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