Helping to Reclaim Lives
We know our efforts are successful when we hear the following comments from our clients.
“You gave me back my life.”
“I can now protect my children.”
“The counseling at SafeNet saved my life.”
“I’ve gone back to school for a master’s degree.”
“My son now has a bright future.”
Clients that come to SafeNet are frequently homeless as a result of their decision to leave their abuser. Often, clients come to SafeNet with their children also seeking shelter.
Clients can stay in shelter for a maximum of 30 days. After that, transitional housing is available while victims work toward self-sufficiency. They work to get a job, find safe affordable housing, and get a GED or job training.
In addition to saving their physical life, SafeNet gives clients and their children a new start for a new life.