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Helping survivors achieve a life
free of violence

Safe Harbor Crisis Center offers survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault a safe place to rebuild their lives, heal their spirits, and learn skills to create a future free of violence.

Stop violence now for the future

When children grow up in violent homes they often take that violence into their adult relationships as abusers or victims.

Safe Harbor services are designed to help mothers end the cycle of violence to achieve a peaceful future for themselves and their children.

How we do it

Safe Harbor offers a variety of classes led by trained professional that teach skills, build confidence, and help women become self-sufficient. These free classes are available in English and Spanish. There are also groups for kids and teens. Classes are available for parenting, individuals in the community and those in the shelter, and rape survivors. Learn more here.

Safe housing is essential for women and children in crisis. Safe Harbor provides emergency shelter for families fleeing violence. Plus, the transitional housing program offers a secure home where residents are safe as they rebuild their lives. These services play a vital role in enabling families to escape the cycle of abuse.

Sexual assault crisis support is available 24-hours a day. The rape crisis response team provides personal advocacy and counseling for victims and families.


News & Updates


New Executive Director

Safe Harbor is excited to welcome our new Executive Director, Ann Martin. A lengthy statewide search brought Ann to Safe Harbor where she is excited to expand programming to better serve interpersonal violence survivors and the community. Ann will leverage her valuable clinical and programmatic skills in helming Davis County’s only domestic and sexual violence service agency.

“I am passionate about strengthening the community and giving a voice to victims and I know I can do that best at Safe Harbor,” Ann announced to the Safe Harbor team on Monday.

Ann Martin, CMHC, hails from a clinical background and is a licensed clinical therapist. She is a longtime advocate for those in crisis with a passion for working with underserved populations. Ann left a private therapy practice...

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