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SafeHaven is just that: a "safe haven" for women and children fleeing domestic violence.  Tarrant County supports two 24-hour emergency shelters, one in Arlington and one in Fort Worth. SafeHaven also offers a toll-free hotline, trained bilingual advocates, and free counseling to the victims of domestic violence. Safety nets are in place for victims leaving the shelter so that survivors can become self-sustaining; housing programs, life skills, and improved educational/employment opportunities are offered.

Alliance UMC supports SafeHaven with donations of women's clothing, shoes, purses, toiletries, etc...and children's clothing, toys, shoes, diapers, and other baby items.  A list is posted in the AUMC newsletter at the beginning of each month for SPECIFIC needs for that month.  Items can be dropped off at the cubbies in the Mission hallway.  Financial donations, as well as your physical, volunteer time are also needed. Contact Kate Allred for further info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 817-939-9251. Go to the website for other ways to help: http://www.safehaventc.org.

 

SafeHaven

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11:00 amĀ 
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