BASIC NEEDS

PAL PROGRAM

RESOURCES & REFERRALS

COUNSELING

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

PARENT PROJECT

“SAFE was there when I was in the darkest time of my life. I didn’t think there were any options to my life with abuse but because of them there was. They saved my life, literally saved my life. Plain and simple, it is what they do.” ~S.A.F.E. Client

Here are some of the services that S.A.F.E. provides.

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BASIC NEEDS ASSISTANCE

Assisting our clients with day to day expenses is imperative and critical to a family’s stabilization and reduction of stress so that they can focus on programs that will enable their children, and ultimately the family, to be successful.

CASE MANAGEMENT

This is a core service of S.A.F.E. Every family who comes to S.A.F.E. for services is unique, with different issues, problems and more importantly, strengths. Family case management helps each family to identify those issues, problems and strengths. Together the family and the Family Care Coordinator design a plan with goals and objectives for each individual family member to work on. That plan is designed to assist in remediating the issues and build upon the identified strengths of each family member with the ultimate goal of building family stability.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

We also provide domestic violence assistance out of the Family Justice Center (FJC). At the FJC you will find S.A.F.E. and other specially trained staff. Community partners such as victim witness, law enforcement and other non-profits are co-located to be able to support victims of domestic violence in a comprehensive, collaborative approach.

 D.V. Classes. Clients in this class are educated on topics such as types of abuse, the cycle of violence, and strategies for keeping their families safe.

Self Empowerment in Employment and Finances: Clients in this class learn life skills to help them become more independent and covers such topics as financial safety planning, budgeting, and resume writing.

Family Justice Center
30045 Technology Drive, Suite 101
Murrieta, CA 92563
Phone: 951-304-5288

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

When you are escaping a violent situation and may have children as well, you need emergency help with food, shelter, medication, gas and other things to get you through. S.A.F.E. provides those services to families in crisis.

PARENT PROJECT

Learning to make the right decisions is a natural part of growing up. Generally speaking, the older children get, the more decisions they should be allowed to make for themselves. However, when a child chooses to engage in destructive behavior such as skipping or dropping out of school, drug or alcohol use, drinking and driving or gang involvement, the consequence may be addiction, a ruined life, or even death.

The Parent Project was developed over a period of seven years of working with thousands of families with strong-willed, out-of-control adolescents and it is designed to help parents keep their children from suffering those devastating consequences.

POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE (P.A.L.)

P.A.L. is a youth violence prevention and intervention program that provides educational and recreational activities for youth ages 5 to 17 accompanied by volunteer law enforcement officers. Link: Click HERE to view the P.A.L. page and learn more about P.A.L. programs.

TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS

S.A.F.E. provides community education, outreach and training. S.A.F.E. offers the 40-hour Domestic Violence Training required by the State of California for individuals interested in working or volunteering at a Domestic Violence agency. Trainings are scheduled throughout the year. Please call for more information 951.587.3900.

RESOURCES & REFERRALS

Community resources and partners compliment S.A.F.E. services or can be helpful when callers need services other than those we provide.

We are happy to direct children, youth and families to the resources we are aware of in the community.