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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We are looking for volunteers to assist with the POINT IN TIME COUNT for Brunswick, Glynn County, Saint Simons and Jekyll Island. This includes data collection and canvassing these areas for homeless individuals. To sign up, message us or call Amanda Brand at 912.289.9741.
WHAT IS THE POINT IN TIME COUNT? The Point in Time Count is is a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons on a single night in January as required by HUD (Housing & Urban Development). HUD uses the information from the local point-in-time counts for the congressionally-mandated Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress (AHAR). This report informs Congress about the number of homeless in the U.S. and the effectiveness of HUD’s programs/policies to decrease these numbers. On the local level, it helps communities address needs, measure progress to decrease homelessness and identify strengths and gaps in the community’s current assistance system.
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More pictures of our amazing employees on #wearblue day! On Friday, we wore blue to participate in the Blue Campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking. The Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring those who exploit human lives to justice. #wearblue #bluecampaign #safeharbor ... See MoreSee Less

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The employees of Safe Harbor are rockin' blue to participate in the Blue Campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking. The Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring those who exploit human lives to justice. #wearblue #bluecampaign #safeharbor ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out our newest Safe Place site: Camden Family Connection. Thank you for this opportunity to help kids stay safe! Safe Place provides a haven for children seeking safety. A national program coordinated locally by our Safe Place Team, we maintain over 136 Safe Place physical sites & 126 mobile sites throughout the community. Safe Harbor provides workshops and presentations to these children in area schools, giving out materials and answering questions. If you feel that you are in danger, text 44357 on your smartphone. This will give you the location of the nearest Safe Place site dependent on your location. If needed, our team will come to that site to pick you up. #safeplace ... See MoreSee Less

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Join Safe Harbor in wearing BLUE this Friday to participate in the Blue Campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking. The Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring those who exploit human lives to justice. On January 11, take a photo of yourself and post on social media hash tagging #WearBlueDay to help raise awareness about human trafficking. #thebluecampaign #safeharbor ... See MoreSee Less

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