A short-term residential facility for women and their children seeking confidential refuge from an unsafe living situation.Learn More
Designed to help women and their children bridge the gap between their time at the Safe House and living independently.Learn More
Educational and empowering programs such as, counseling, support groups, and specialized youth programs are offered for all ages groups.Learn More
A group of volunteers who are specially trained to provide critical and clear information on scene, in a time of crisis.Learn More
Learn about the various ways you can help support Safe+Sound Somerset.Learn More
Your support can be the first drop in the water that starts the positive ripple of change!Learn More
Our partners improve the lives of survivors with financial support, donations and volunteer projects!Learn More
Numerous volunteer opportunities are available to suit the needs of those who want to help!Learn More
Our mission is to empower survivors of domestic abuse and engage the community to break the cycle of violence. Domestic abuse is a pattern of incidents of controlling, threatening, degrading and violent behavior by a partner. It is very common and comes in all forms, such as, emotional, physical, sexual, and financial. If you are experiencing behaviors depicting abuse, please seek help immediately and know that you are not alone.
August 01, 2017 - 9:00am | Safe+Sound Somerset
While summer has just begun, we are already preparing for the next school year for our client families. At the Safe+ Sound Somerset, we gather school supplies to help assist the families who are struggling during this difficult time in their lives.
September 21, 2017 - 9:00am | Hillsborough
Join us at Safe+Sound Somerset's Open House on Thursday, September 21, 2017 starting at 9:00 am
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