24 Hour Crisis Line



Thank you to all who participated in

Jeans for Justice 2016



April 20, 2016

In support of sexual assault victims and survivors, participants make a donation of at least $5 and are given a teal awareness ribbon pin and the right to wear jeans to work that day.



Green Dot is an Interpersonal Violence Bystander Intervention Program that believes each one of us can have a hand in changing the culture to one of non-violence and victim support.  For more information or to schedule a FREE Green Dot Training, please contact us!


Are you a victim of Stalking?


Click the picture above to learn safety tips if you are a stalking victim.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 5th Annual Silence Hides Violence 5K Run/Walk on February 20, 2016!

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Click here to see our Teen Dating Violence Film!

Made with the help of Tupelo High School Theatre students!



S.A.F.E., Inc. has partnered with Pontotoc County Animal Rescue and Shelter to help foster animals of domestic violence victims while the owners are in our shelter.  Click the logo below for more information.

Tupelo High School Jeans for Justice Pat Parker’s Art II class at Tupelo High School participated in painting jeans for Jeans for Justice!


The Mary Kay Foundation


Mid-South Food Bank

How can your organization help? 

You can sponsor a cell phone drive or collect household items to donate!

Contact us for more information and ideas!








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