We are an Emergency Shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Because our services must be available to many people who are unsafe in their present living situation, each resident is given a 35 day stay. However, some stay longer depending on their individual situation.
The shelter has 20 bedrooms and 50 beds. Families and individuals have their own room and are rarely required to share a room. There are several common areas in the shelter including the living room, kitchen/dining area, and the playroom. Safe House Center provides three meals per day, toiletries, and other daily essentials such as diapers and laundry detergent.
Each resident is assigned to an advocate when they enter shelter. Advocates provide help with attaining goals, referrals to other agencies and services,and counseling. Residents and their children are provided with several opportunitiws to attend support groups and other special activities throughout their stay.