Domestic Violence

Louisburg College partners with Safe Space to raise awareness of Sexual Assault

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (#SAAM). This year Louisburg College partnered with Safe Space Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Services to host awareness events for their students. To bring about awareness in support of healthy relationships, Louisburg College Students and Faculty set up the Red Flag Campaign around campus. To learn more about The Red Flag…

Shop to Support Safe Space

Shop at Family Dollar at 3382 U.S. Hwy 1 Franklinton, NC 27525, located in the food lion shopping center. Look for the Safe Space donation boxes at the store. Help Us Spread The Word

Honoring Victims of Violence

Franklin County community leaders and families held a community-wide vigil Saturday evening to remember the victims of recent violence in Franklin County as well as to “take a stand in an act of mobilization and collaboration, to raise our voices for a call to action,” according to organizer Monica Kearney. Kearney, the executive director of…

Safe Space Supports “redmylips” Campaign

“Safe Space Redding it up for Sexual Assault Awareness Month” by wearing red lipstick to raise awareness about sexual violence and to SPEAK OUT against victim blaming! Join us and visit redmylips.org. “We all have a seat at the table of prevention. “ – Monica Kearney, Executive Director Help Us Spread The Word

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2016 Biennial Conference

Transforming the National Conversation about
 Domestic Violence Through Homegrown Solutions Registration Now Open! Please join us May 17-19 in Winston-Salem, NC for the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2016 Biennial Conference! The conference will give those involved in the violence prevention movement the opportunity to engage in contemporary conversations and promote action to end domestic violence. The pre-conference institute on May 17 will focus…

Safe Space named one of State’s Best

  The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV) presented Safe Space Inc. with its Excellence Award — recognizing the Franklin County group’s focus and efforts to reduce relationship violence. “I am extremely happy,” said Safe Space Executive Director Monica Kearney. “What this award does is give validation for the significance of the work we are doing. “We…

Save the Environment and Save a Life: Donate Your Used Cell Phones

Save lives and help the environment–donate your unwanted cell phones to Safe Space. You can drop off phones with chargers at the Safe Space Variety Shop at 304 Nash Street in Louisburg, NC. This is a great way to help Safe Space and victims fleeing domestic violence! JOIN THE MOVEMENT! Take a stand against domestic…