“To provide crisis intervention, safety planning, emergency shelter, empowerment advocacy, and other supportive services to survivors of domestic, family, and dating violence.”
Our services are designed to assist women in breaking the cycle of abuse.
You can do something about domestic violence. Now. Domestic violence injures hundreds of thousands of women and children and generates billions in medical, social…
Domestic violence usually increases in severity and frequency over time and can result in injury or death.
Breaking the cycle of violence isn’t easy.
But it’s easier with your help.
Domestic violence occurs in every community regardless of age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation/identity, mental or physical ability, and religious background. Domestic Violence is one of the most common but least reported crimes.
Become a Safe Harbor volunteer. We’ll give you the knowledge to break the cycle. You’ll learn about people. And about yourself. It will take the community working together to prevent and reduce domestic violence, please contact Safe Harbor for more information about volunteer opportunities.
During a Memorial event for Domestic Violence Month that took place October 17, 2016 at the St. Tammany Parish Courthouse, District Attorney Warren Montgomery honored Safe Harbor’s Executive Director Kim Kirby with an award for the excellent work Kim does for Safe Harbor. The award is Lady Justice with the DA’s seal and reads: “In recognition of Safe Harbor for your Service and Dedication to Domestic Violence Victims in our Community.” Thank you Kim for all that you do for Safe Harbor and survivors of domestic abuse!