Doing More in Augusta: SafeHomes Provides Shelter From the Storm of Domestic Violence
A new 36-bed facility helps SafeHomes turns victims into survivors.
OCTOBER 20, 2016 - Based in Augusta, Georgia, SafeHomes provides a 24-hour emergency shelter for women in a 10-county area, as well as advocacy and education for victims of domestic violence.
SafeHomes provides intervention for families, and more.
“Our mission is to transform victims of domestic violence into survivors,” said Aimee Hall, the Executive Director of SafeHomes.
Remember that October is Domestic Abuse Prevention Month. Take a few minutes and see the impact SafeHomes makes in the community and how it now reaches more lives thanks to a new 36-bed facility through teamwork with Regions Bank and TaxSlayer.