Kaysville, UT - 84037
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Safe Harbor Crisis Center (DCCAV - Davis Citizens Coalition Against Violence)

Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization, provides shelter, supportive services and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness and resources to their community.

Their dedication to these objectives reflects their belief in the right of all individuals to a self-determined life free of violence.

The Safe Harbor Emergency Shelter has been specially designed to provide a homey atmosphere.

Each family has their own private, secure room to call home while they heal.

People experiencing domestic violence can seek shelter 24/7.

Safe Harbor Crisis Center Shelter provides essential support and safety for domestic violence survivors and their children who need a safe place to stay.

Many people think that a domestic violence shelter is like a homeless shelter, but this is NOT the case.

Their shelter is a safe place offering a personal, home-like space for safety and healing.

The shelter is designed to feel like home combining safety and comfort with private rooms, a home-style kitchen, laundry room, and outdoor playground.

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  • User   2018-01-17 10:50:15

    Hi, I'm in a unhealthy, unstable relationship with my partner. We are not married and I'm not currently working. I have 2 children ages 14 months and 3 years old. It's in mine as well as the children's best interest that I leave/ seperate from their dad. He's not abusing them or I physically or anything of that nature But the constant fighting is hurting our kids and its best that we seperate. I'm not just talking about regular arguing/ fighting that couples have, it's very verbally/emotionally abusive and can't be resolved as he in not able to resolve conflict in a mature way. I do not have family that can help me now, as they do not have the means, spare rooms, or would provide a good, loving atmosphere for my children. I don't know what to do? I need help in knowing what to do and if I should take the kids and stay in a shelter with them. Any help, advice would be appreciated. Thank you

  • User   2019-04-16 19:06:21

    Hey iam married with a 3 year old girl My hubby is abuseof i just need to know what i need to do

  • User   2019-10-12 17:44:42

    I'm currently in a battered woman's shelter. I've been here over a week. I have no phone, but apparently due to my age of 59 its okay that they are sending me all over on the bus to do things. My last relationship, he drives for UTA. This seems a little off. Is it my age? It makes me wonder. I am really not understanding how this can help me. Please assist. This seems a little crazy to me????

  • User   2019-10-18 10:14:48

    I can't call because everything I do from my phone and other devices is monitored (e-mail, facebook, personal bank account etc). I was referred to this place but I am also left without a car, my house keys, often my wallet and a phone. He has deleted conversations I've had with myself or others or anything that could be "damning" to him (pictures of bruising, written documented events, etc). I have 3 kids, 2 of them with him. I don't want to go back home (I came to stay with family out of state for a few days) but will need to eventually return to work...I don't even know if I have one if he's sabotaged it and am supposed to begin a new job next week with benefits...I'm afraid to report him and I'm afraid to be alone with him.

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