Safe Harbor Treats Children Like Family

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Safe Harbor is a home for children in need of a safe, loving environment – a place where they are treated like family. Known as local safe haven for desperate, helpless children who have nowhere else to turn, Safe Harbor is a welcoming sanctuary where children and older youth can escape abuse, torment and neglect.

Safe Harbor offers shelter from the streets and harm’s way, providing immediate aid, counsel and comfort. It is only then that Safe Harbor’s team of professionals can begin to heal wounds that are not as readily seen.  Learn More

Donations are one of the most important means of support for Safe Harbor.
Without valuable contributions of goods and funds from generous people and organizations, Safe Harbor would not be able to help hundreds of children escape violence, abuse and neglect each year. Learn more about donating to Safe Harbor
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Thank you, Brunswick Fire Department, Glynn County Fire Rescue, and Jekyll Island Fire Department and EMS for being a #SafePlace for kids in #GlynnCounty!
Do you know of other Safe Place sites? Post a picture of their sign in the comments to show them you appreciate their commitment to keeping our children safe!
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Safe Harbor Children's Center, Inc.

Safe Harbor’s STRIVE Transitional Living Program provides transitional housing for young women. At STRIVE, young, homeless women develop skills leading to self-sufficiency and independence such as working or studying at a local college, while living in a supervised, safe environment. Once a STRIVE resident has achieved a high level of success and demonstrated that she is capable of independent living, Dr. Laura Ridings, STRIVE Program Director, prepares them for the next, more independent transition, to an apartment.

Since its inception almost a year ago, STRIVE has had one resident meet and surpass all goals and expectations in the program. We helped her secure her apartment and began to look for resources so that she can call it HOME.

Knowing the importance of community, growth, kindness and empowerment, Mary Packard Knight, owner of Restoration Imports and Meg Barton went above and beyond to show their support for our resident's new independence. We are overwhelmed with gratitude for every thoughtful touch and gracious gift donated by Restoration Imports. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

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Thank you, Pinova (Hercules) for awarding Safe Harbor's Street Beat program a $5000.00 Charitable Donation! Because of your support for our community, Street Beat Program Director, Jeff Clark, is looking forward to updating the academic resources for the more than 75 at-risk children we help with our Preserving Safe and Stable Family (PSSF) programs every year. (L-R: Heather Cotton, Development Director; Leslie Hartman, Executive Director; Pattie Downs, Pinova Marketing Communications Specialist; Pam Brown, Pinova Human Resources Manager)
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