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Safe Harbor serves Greenville with comprehensive services for domestic violence victims, including 24-hour emergency shelter, counseling (for adults and children), transitional housing, and legal assistance. In 2018, Safe Harbor served 576 victims in Greenville County.
To prevent future generations of abuse victims, Safe Harbor provides a school-based healthy relationships curriculum called the Relationship Education Project, or REP. REP reaches thousands of middle and high school students per year with education, awareness, and resources.
Safe Harbor Charity teams are sold out.