What You Can Do


• Educate others by requesting a
presentation by S.A.F.E. Center staff at
your school, place of employment, church
or other social organization.

• Know what resources are available
& share your knowledge with others.

• Lead by example and volunteer your
time at The S.A.F.E. Center and lead a
non-violent lifestyle.

• Ask for guidance if you know someone who is being abused and call our crisis line.
We are here to help everyone that is
affected: family, friends, co-workers,
employers and acquaintances of both the
victim and the abusive partner.

• Be supportive as a supportive social
network can be an extremely important
tool for someone who is being abused and
could mean the difference between life
and death.

• Speak out in reducing the social stigma related to abuse empowers victims.
Breaking the silence is the first step
towards living a violence free life.

• Make it your business if you witness someone being abused, whether it be
physically, verbally or otherwise, speak up.
Abusive individuals need to be held
accountable for their actions.

• Report violence if you witness an
incident or believe that one may be