CORONAVIRUS & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Stay home and stay safe. A motto that may be true for most but not for all. Quarantining at home may provide safety from the virus but NOT FROM VIOLENCE.
Incidences of domestic violence and child abuse are quickly on the rise worldwide. Unprecedented stress of the pandemic is contributing to and breeding violence. While we are all being effected by Covid-19 , victims of Domestic Violence are experiencing additional trauma.
We at Safe Haven Transitional have been committed for 26 years in providing a safe place for women and children who are being abused. During this time we are counting on people like you to help us create more and maintain safe places and spaces for those who are not safe at home.
Making a donation today will send a message to the world that we are stronger together.
Annual 5k Run & Walk
Safe Haven Transitional presents the Annual We Are One Domestic Violence 5k Run & Walk on Saturday, November 12th, 2022. Click the donate button below to donate to support.
Domestic Violence Charity Ride
Safe Haven Transitional presents the Domestic Violence Charity Ride on Saturday, September 17th, 2022. Riders and passengers may click the donate button below to donate to support. 100% of proceeds raised will aid victims of domestic violence.
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Our Community At Work
Due to the lack of battered women’s transitional programs, Safe Haven Transitional, Inc. was established to meet the many needs of these women going through physical, mental and emotional abuse. We are a non-profit organization that provides longer term housing and counseling for abused women and their children who live in the metropolitan Atlanta area.
Donations Are Welcome
Help us continue our mission to help the many women and their children, who are victims of domestic violence. Make your tax deductible donation today.
Our mission is to provide a safe dwelling place for battered women with or without children, who are making the transition from a violent environment and provide them with resources and tools to strengthen, and restore them back into society as self-sufficient individuals.