If You Need Help

Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE) is an organization that provides information, resources, a media campaign, educational brochures, an advocacy program, as well as, expert speakers on an array of abuse topics.

We differ from most organizations because we help victims that tend to fall in-between the cracks and have few services available to them.

National Directory

We are working on building a National Directory of Services for men, the disabled, the elderly, gay/lesbian/bi/trans, immigrants, teens, and more. If you have any shelters you would recommend, please contact us.

If there are not any services provided near you, try contacting your local domestic violence service provider, the Domestic Violence Hotline, the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men & Women.  If you are in immediate danger, dial 911.

Become A Member

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Speaker's Bureau

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For information about scheduling a presentation for your group, please contact us.
images 6Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE) was selected as one of only 50 promising strategy programs in the nation to prevent domestic violence by the National Crime Prevention Council.

The National Crime Prevention Council is the non-profit "take a bite out of crime" organization funded by the U.S. Justice Department.

SAFE was selected because of its unique programs that bring services to underserved victims of domestic violence crime; the applicability of SAFE programs; and training and publications to other agencies such as law enforcement, healthcare providers, social service, school administration, and other domestic violence intervention programs. Below also are some of the free services provided to the general public.

SAfe offers several free services:

Brochures  for underserved domestic violence groups (currently abused men, abused gay men, abused lesbians, and dating violence). "Dear Abby" has previously endorsed the men's brochures in her column.

An online support group through Facebook where SAFE members and individuals can connect with each other. You can recieve advice, resources, and information that might be useful in dealing with your unique situation.

Online resource list of organizations and individuals that offer information, assistance, and support. 

National Directory of Service Providers for those that fall between the cracks of domestic violence services (men, LGBT, teens, and the elderly).


BrochureGuyNumerous informational brochures are available for community outreach.



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