Safe Harbor has a growing library of resource materials to help out. Below is a listing of the information currently available. Feel free to explore and if you ever have a question that can't be answered here please to not hesitate to contact us. Check back often as this library will be continually added to.
This is a booklet that we have available that aims to help those that have been through a crisis situation. This is a publication of Safe Harbor and has a lot of information about domestic violence, rape and stalking. Read More
Everyone deserves to feel safe. Here are some great tips on how to deal with situations that make you feel unsafe. You'll also find some information about protection orders and how best to leave the situation. Read More
Being there for someone who has been through a crisis situation can be a trying time. We've put together a list of things to do and not to do and also some things that you can say. It's a delicate situation and your help can be incredibly helpful. Read More
Young people also have the right to feel safe. Whether your at home or at school there are some things that you can do to make sure you are safe. If you ever do not feel safe there are some things that you can do. Read More
Every situation is different and every stalker is different; but, often, stalking leads to violence. Stalking can lead to injury and can even lead to death. It is vital to seek the advice of local victim specialists and/or law enforcement to devise a safety plan to address your specific circumstances. The following is not a guaranteed outline, but is practical information to reduce your risk of physical and/or emotional harm from your stalker. Read More
Elder abuse is an act of commission or omission that jeopardizes the well-being or safety of an elderly individual. The maltreatment of the elder may occur in the home and may include the following dimensions: physical abuse; emotional abuse; neglect and/or deprivation; material or sexual exploitation. Read More