We dream of and work toward a world in which faith leaders respond compassionately and effectively to survivors of

domestic violence and elder abuse. Together, we can build communities where all people are safe with faith.

 Support People Experiencing Abuse

During the COVID-19 Pandemic

 

The physical distancing required to keep everyone safe during this global pandemic has increased the risk of abuse for many who are now isolated with their abuser. 

Because survivors are at greater risk and have fewer opportunities to reach out for help, we need extraordinary, community-based efforts to provide access to services.

 

That’s why Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership is calling on YOU to redouble your efforts to connect with and support survivors of abuse.

Learn HERE How YOU Can Help Victims of Domestic Violence

Learn HERE How YOU Can Help Victims of Elder Abuse

New Guidance

for Faith Leaders

Safe Havens is honored to partner with Dr. David Adams to develop this important new resource, which addresses how faith leaders can balance accountability and compassion to safely and effectively respond to people who manipulate, control, and abuse their intimate partners.

 

Dr. Adams is a nationally and internationally recognized expert on working with people who abuse as well as a person of faith. Safe Havens is proud to collaborate with him to begin this critically important conversation. 

Learn more about Dr. Adams' work and his agency, Emerge, which provides counseling and education to stop domestic violence here.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Is June 15th! 

 

How will your faith community raise awareness and promote an improved understanding of elder abuse and neglect? 

Through its Safe with Faith program, Safe Havens has partnered with diverse faith communities in these cities and towns. 

Learn how your congregation can become Safe with Faith!

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(617) 951-3980

Find us: 

 

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Boston, MA 02111

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