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Impact and Efforts: 2017 Statistical Data

Safe Space impact and efforts to Franklin County Statistical Data January 2017-December 2017 Safe Space served 752 new clients of those 729 were provided comprehensive DV services and 23 were provided sexual assault services. Keep in mind that these services were provided by our three full time advocates. In addition to the 752 new clients, we also provided: 55 people…

Safe Space Launches Support Group

Beginning in January 2018, Safe Space launched a domestic violence support group for victims of domestic violence. The support group meets every other week at an undisclosed location, for the safety of all those who attend. There is a group for women that is run by a licensed therapist and a children’s group for kids age…

Safe Space Advocates Spread Awareness About Teen Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month! To spread awareness, advocates from Safe Space visited local schools to encourage safe dating practices. Students were encouraged to take a stand against teen dating violence and sign a pledge agreeing to refrain from engaging in and to advocate against teen dating violence. Advocates visited Franklinton High School where students…

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Safe Space and Vance-Granville Community College Team Up Against Sexual Assault

Safe Space and Vance-Granville Community College – Franklin County Campus teamed up to spread awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Vance-Granville Community College – Franklin County Campus posted signs on their campus to spread awareness about sexual assault. When it comes to sexual assault: IT’S TIME TO TALK…

Safe Space Advocates Observe No More Week

Safe Space advocates and friends of Safe Space observed no more week by taking pictures and advocating for “No More” domestic violence.   For more information on No More Week, visit their website: nomore.org   Help Us Spread The Word

CBC Launches Multi-Year Campaign to Fight Human Trafficking

CBC Launches Multi-Year Campaign to Fight Human Trafficking “Awards and Top Ten lists are usually a good thing, but that isn’t the case when it comes to an issue plaguing North Carolina.  Capitol Broadcasting recently embarked upon a campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking and help its victims. Project NO REST launched in January…