Shelter is available to anyone and everyone and any documentation that clients need to fill out can be translated for them.
We provide clients with the on-going support and resources that they need to develop their own plans and achieve those goals. We refer clients to Outreach for the following services: individual counseling, support groups, TPOs, general community advocacy, referrals, and resources, ongoing support. Additionally, our bilingual advocate can meet clients any place they feel comfortable to complete these services and translate any documents for them.
Our bilingual advocate can speak with clients on the phone or we have an interpreting language line that can be utilized.
Everyone is welcome at our thrift store! Our bilingual advocate works to translate all signs and information for the thrift store so that it is readily available for Spanish speakers.
Breaking Silence is a Project Safe initiative that helps teens recognize and avoid unhealthy relationships by encouraging them to speak out and get help when needed.
Our bilingual support group is on Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:00. Due to COVID-19, we are currently holding all support groups in a virtual setting. However, this is subject to change as the COVID-19 situation develops. This support group educates survivors on healthy relationships, relationship boundaries, safety-planning techniques, and more. We know that each survivor’s experience is different, so we tailor the group and items discussed to the survivors attending.
Again, Project Safe is not a government agency and therefore everything is confidential. Project Safe adheres to Civil Rights laws that provide equal treatment to all applicants and beneficiaries who fall under the protected classes, which includes race, color, and national origin. Project Safe does not condone discrimination in any form as it is contrary to the organization’s mission and values.