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Support our Holiday Program

December 13-15th
Every December we accept gifts of new clothing, toys, and household goods for our Holiday Program. Many women who have suffered domestic abuse have no other resources for the holidays, so we count on you - our community - to help provide holiday gifts for our clients and their children.  

Last year, several hundred individuals were helped by our Holiday Program. With your generosity and support, you can make the season brighter for those whose lives have been shattered by domestic violence. 
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With Gratitude for our Community Living Team

There is no 24/7 in our services without you! 
Just as there is no “I” in “teamwork”, there would be no 24/7 services at Safe Harbor without our incredible Community Living Team, who keep our shelters operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Our Community Living team works days, nights, and weekends to meet the needs and maintain the safety and well-being of our shelter residents and their children.
Throughout the pandemic, this team has adapted our shelter spaces to follow CDC guidelines for emergency shelters to reduce health risks and prevent the spread of COVID-19. In addition, Safe Harbor’s shelter program has expanded to hotel stays in order to serve survivors and their families while simultaneously reducing bed space in order to maintain social distancing in our shelters. 
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Give the gift of peace.

While we may be heading out of the worst of the pandemic, the long-term economic and emotional impact of an almost two-year pandemic will be felt by the most vulnerable in our communities for the next couple of years, at least.

At Safe Harbor, we are just beginning to see the devastating toll it has taken on the lives of victims of domestic violence and their children.
Our community needs us all, now more than ever.
Will you help?

What does it mean to be 'Trauma-Informed'? 

It is essential for Safe Harbor to be trauma-informed in all aspects of our work.
Trauma-informed responses acknowledge that trauma has taken place and provide space (physically and emotionally) for clients to work through and heal from that trauma. Having a trauma-informed approach also helps to not further blame, cause harm, or re-victimize survivors. 
A trauma-informed approach is woven into all of Safe Harbor's services, including our 24/7 helpline calls, intakes, exit interviews, counseling sessions, educational presentations, and prevention curriculum. Even our physical spaces (offices, intake rooms, shelter spaces, etc.) are intentionally arranged through the lens of being trauma-informed. 
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Resale Shop Happenings

2830 Wade Hampton Blvd.
December 6-11: Book Sale! 25 cents each
December 13-18: 25% Off Coats & Vests
December 21-31:75% Off all Christmas items
Special Hours
December 23: 9-1pm
December 24-27: CLOSED

To stay up-to-date with the latest happenings, be sure to follow Safe Harbor Resale Shop on Facebook: @safeharborresaleshop and Instagram: @safeharbor.resaleshop.
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