Help is always available for those experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault. The 24-hour support line, 801-444-9161, always has someone at the other end ready to listen and provide help.Read More
Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization, with on staff Safe Zone certified advocates, provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness and resources to our community at absolutely no cost!Read More
The Safe Harbor Emergency Protective Shelter has been specially designed to provide a homey atmosphere. Each family has their own private, secure room to call home while they heal. People experiencing domestic violence can seek shelter 24/7.Read More
WELCOME!We are here to help you.
Safe Harbor has been providing help and hope to survivors in Davis County since 1997 when the doors to the shelter opened! Our services have expanded to include thirteen FREE programs meeting the needs of survivors!
We can offer shelter, transitional housing, outreach services, protective order assistance, sexual assault services, support groups, Spanish services, children's services, therapy and more! If you need help, please call anytime, 801-444-9161. Learn more about how we can help, by checking out our help page
Our services are free and confidential, provided by trained advocates. We can help.
HOW WE DO ITCommunity Education
Safe Harbor offers a variety of classes led by trained professional that teach skills, build confidence, and help people become self-sufficient. These free classes are available in English and Spanish. There are also groups for kids and teens. Classes are available for parenting, individuals in the community, and those in the shelter, and sexual assault survivors.Hope Housing
Safe housing is essential for women, children, and men in crisis. We provide emergency shelter for families fleeing violence. The Hope Housing transitional housing program offers a secure home where residents are safe as they rebuild their lives. These services play a vital role in enabling families to escape the cycle of abuse.