Who We Are
Safe Harbor of Northeast Kentucky is an emergency shelter and advocacy center that provides confidential, caring and supportive services to all domestic violence victims in Boyd, Greenup, Carter, Lawrence, and Elliott counties. Each year, Safe Harbor has as many as 150 women and children. Through the use of resources, education, counseling and advocacy, Safe Harbor provides a safe place for you to consider the impact domestic violence is having upon you and your family. Safe Harbor's services are free to all victims of domestic violence. Safe Harbor provides services regardless of race, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation or handicap.
Safe Harbor is dedicated to eliminating domestic violence through prevention, education, and intervention.
You are NOT alone.
Call us now for services, information, referrals, questions, donations:
T: 1 800 926 2150
T: 1 606 329 9304
F: 1 606 324 4430
We are currently suspending all donations at this time due to Covid-19 and Social Distancing. However we will accept sanitation donations such as Lysol , clorox wipes, bleach, and masks etc.. Please continue to check back with us to find out when we are accepting them again. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions.
Usually we have a high need for these items;
Gently used and clean Clothes (for all ages)
Gently used and clean Furniture
We accept anything that you can donate and appreciate our donors. If you are interested in donating please contact Tiffanie at 606-329-9304 or by emailing her here.
If you are interested in donating but can't come in to shelter we can also accept cash donations by clicking the button below. Safe Harbor accepts donations Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
National Deaf Hotline Services
ADWAS is excited to announce that the National Deaf Hotline Services has been expanded to 24/7.
Our shelter has been included in the lack of calls we normally receive before the pandemic started. We also have seen an increase in more extreme cases in the calls we are receiving. Our shelter is still open. We have domestic violence advocates, legal advocates and child advocates that can help anyone who is seeking advice, referrals or shelter. Protective orders can still be filed during this time as well. Please don’t hesitate to call for yourself or to obtain information for friends and family.
Save the Date!
Lobster Fest August 15th 2020
at Bellefonte Country Club
Reminder: We will never ask for your citizenship or documentation status to seek services and we will always provide you with a interpreter free of charge. We know that domestic and sexual violence affects individuals regardless or race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientations or country of origin.
We are ALWAYS here to help
1 800 926 2150