Saline County Safe Haven, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origins, religion, age, sex, or disability in the delivery of services or in its employment or volunteer practices.
Safe Haven Provides-
Emergency shelter services for women and children who are seeking to escape the violence.
Advocacy and service provision for residents and non-residents victims of domestic violence.
Transportation for victims to appointments and court appearances.
Assistance for victims through court process for criminal charges, orders of protection and other court processes.
Support group for victims of domestic violence, in residence and in the community.
Community outreach through presentations to community organizations about Domestic Violence issues and Shelter Services.
24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence seeking shelter or counsel.
Safe Haven can provide referral services to agencies as needed.
What is Abuse?
Abuse includes, but is not limited to the following:
Hitting, slapping, strangulation, etc.
Kicking, burning, cutting
Using or threatening to use a weapon
Killing or maiming a pet
Abusing the victim’s child
Destroying home or belongings
Forced sex, forces sex with others
Unwanted sexual practices
Sexual abuse of victim’s child.
Constant verbal harassment
Food or Sleep Deprivation
Threats or accusations
Isolation from Family or friends
Not permitting the victim to work
Taking victim’s money
Forcing victim to ask for money
Requiring victim to return all change and receipts.
Please contact us anytime! We are here for you.