Please Support SAFE

Because of your support, SAFE continues to provide direct services helping survivors of domestic violence in Detroit, Michigan. 

SAFE helps survivors of domestic violence overcome the economic abuse that often occurs within power and control cycle of domestic abuse. 
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Your financial support will help to ensure that SAFE will continue to provide these critical services in our community. 

There is so many more survivors of domestic violence that can benefit from SAFE's services.  Your support is needed to expand and increase SAFE's services in 2022.  

Thank you for all of your support for SAFE and we hope that you will continue to be one of SAFE's very important supporters.

Click here to Donate to SAFE 

 
Transition 1,2,3 Inc. was awarded a federal grant Transitional Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Grant. 

SAFE is a partner agency in this project and SAFE will be providing economic justice support to victims of domestic violence who are participants of this program.  

Monthly workshops and individual training for victims of domestic violence for this new program will begin January 2022.

To register call 800-757-4919

 
 
During this holiday season and all year long, when you shop on Amazon use the link  smile.amazon.com/ch/20-4507746 and AmazonSmile donates a portion of what you purchased to Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment SAFE.
 

SAFE Founder's Domestic Violence Story

SAFE's Founder, Kalyn Risker Fahie shares her story of domestic abuse and how she found Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (SAFE) in this powerful video.   
Trigger Warning: This video does contain graphic photographs of abuse. Please feel free to share and repost

CLICK PHOTO TO VIEW VIDEO
 

Thank you and your support to end domestic violence



 
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WISP, Inc. 
Women's Independence Scholarship Program


Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment can assist survivors of domestic violence process the application forms for consideration of Women's Independence Scholarship Program (WISP). 
About the scholarship:

The Women's Independence Scholarship Program (WISP) was created in 1999 to help formerly battered women overcome barriers to the education necessary for their becoming employable and financially stable.

SAFE is looking forward to assisting survivors of domestic violence obtain their goal of achieving a secondary education.  SAFE will also assist other programs learn more about the program and assist their participants with completing the forms. 

For additional information on the Women's Independence Scholarship Program (WISP) visit their website at: http://www.wispinc.org
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