HomeSafe creates safer, more productive lives for infants, children, young adults, and families. The agency provides comprehensive programs preventing new cases of violence, protecting victims of child abuse and domestic violence, and preparing children, young adults and families for safer, more productive lives.


2022-2023 United Way Funded Programs

At-risk youth frequently fall behind academically and lack basic independent living skills as a result of trauma. HomeSafe's Life Skills and Education program trains resident teen boys and girls in the areas of academic progress, financial literacy, daily living skills, relationship and team-building strategies, and employment and career development.


SafetyNet offers a full spectrum of prevention and intervention services for victims of family violence, including year-round adult, teen, and child therapeutic support groups, individual therapy, crisis intervention, preventive education and court advocacy. The goal is to prevent the cycle of violence from perpetuating from generation to generation.