SAVE’s mission is to strengthen every individual and family we serve with the knowledge and support needed to break the cycle of domestic violence and build healthier lives. For more than 40 years, SAVE has pursued this mission by delivering a continuum of services including: our Empowerment Center where all community members have access to our comprehensive services including case management, emergency safety planning, survival supplies (food, clothing, and toiletries), criminal justice advocacy and court accompaniment, and assistance finding shelter; 24-Hour Crisis Hotline staffed by trained domestic violence advocates who offer emotional support, referrals, and crisis intervention; a 30-bed, Safe House for families fleeing abuse; Linkages, a county-based subsidized program, offering housing and support services to survivors of domestic violence and their children as they move toward self-sufficiency; Counseling Services Program offering psychotherapy for individuals, families and groups; Youth Services promoting healthy relationships through educational programs, restorative justice, and youth leadership and community outreach. Last year, we served more than 10,000 individuals across all our programs.
Dr. Yasi Safinya-Davies
Breaking the Cycle