Shelter Advocacy Freedom & Empowerment

SAFE

Please note that at times there is no one to immediately respond to the SAFE email address.  If you are in an unsafe situation please call 911 or call our 24 hour domestic violence hotline at 302-422-8058.

**SAFETY ALERT!  Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear.


24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 302-422-8058

Safety planning, support, domestic violence information and referrals

Domestic Violence Shelters (Kent & Sussex County)

Emergency shelter in a safe and supportive environment using the empowering Sanctuary Model™.   Services are provided with an understanding of how trauma impacts people. Advocacy and case management services provided.

Domestic Violence Liaisons

SAFE Advocates working specifically with domestic violence survivors who are involved with the Department of Children, Youth, and their Families.

Domestic Violence Victims and Housing Discrimination

Article submitted by Nathan E. Kingree, Community Legal Aid Society, Inc., Fair Housing Program,  For the complete article click the following link: Fair Housing Program 

Learn how you can help us continue to provide financial literacy classes to domestic violence survivors. Watch the short video below and #Empower someone today.

 

 

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT COMPUTER ACTIVITY CAN BE TRACKED.  Learn more about internet safety here: http://nnedv.org/internetsafety.html

SAFE Office
(302) 422-8058
safe@peoplesplace2.com

24-hour Hotlines:

Kent & Sussex Counties
(302) 422-8058

Northern Kent County
(302) 678-3886

Donation Wish List

  • Gas Gift Cards
  • Wal-Mart Gift Cards
  • Twin size sheets
  • Twin size blankets
  • Bed pillows
  • Diapers and Pull-ups
  • Babywipes
  • Bath towels
  • Washcloths
  • Pajamas
  • Pocket calendars
  • Planners/Journals
  • Furniture donations are needed for transitional housing
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