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Let’s Get to Work: Understanding the Survivor’s Journey Through an Anti-Racism Lens

We discuss how racism impacts survivors of domestic abuse. S+SS will also explore why anti-racism must be at the heart of what we do in order to best advocate for the community members we serve and to end domestic abuse once and for all.

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What Happens When I Need Legal Help?

Legal Advocates listen, offer support, and provide information and guidance with respect and compassion. All services are confidential and designed to help you navigate the complexities of the legal system and court process to achieve the best outcomes possible.

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Anti-Racism Commitment

Safe+Sound Somerset stands with the black community. We see you. We hear you. We stand with you holding space for your pain, your truth and your power.

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Spring Appeal Match Deadline Extended

If you haven’t made your gift yet, there is still time for you to donate and double your impact. Our partners at Schilke Construction Co. have come forward to commit a dollar for dollar match to your Spring Appeal donations – now extended through June 30th.

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What Happens When I Contact S+SS’s 24/7 Call or Text Hotline?

The hotline is the first point of contact for S+SS services and information. Here is what you can expect if you decide to reach out to us.

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Are You LGBTQ+ and Need DV Services? We Want to Serve You!

Safe+Sound Somerset is proud to share how we work to make LGBTQ+ individuals – and everyone else who comes to us for safety, healing and hope – feel accepted.

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Domestic Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community

Pride Month allows for a space to create more awareness about domestic violence in the LGBTQ+ community. We can all work together to empower survivors to seek help and safety.

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Social Ambassadors

Through quick and easy actions, Social Ambassadors serve as voices for S+SS and amplify our reach to new and potential clients, our community partners, and donors.

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Importance of Financial Boundaries for Financial Self-Care

For many, real or imagined financial changes can lead to anxiety and depression if financial self-care is not practiced. For survivors of domestic violence who have experienced financial abuse the potential for financial changes leading to anxiety and depression is even greater.

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Financial Safety Planning: Be Safe and Financially Sound

Survivors of domestic violence will need patience, persistence and strength to prepare for the transition from sheltering-in-place while maintaining safe health practices and working towards goals of financial independence and housing stability.

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