Since Safe Harbor began as a grassroots effort by a dedicated group of citizens in 1997, our services and practices have continued to grow and evolve to meet the needs of survivors, those impacted by violence, and our community. We have implemented strengths-based, trauma-informed best practices recognizing that each person we serve is an expert in their experience.
As part of our continued evolution to best serve survivors and our community, we are excited to announce Safe Harbor’s new logo as a visual representation of our mission as a nonprofit agency. Safe Harbor’s colors are teal and purple in honor of sexual assault awareness and domestic violence awareness, which are used in varying shades in our new logo.
Our Executive Director, Kristen Floyd explained the inspiration for the logo:
“Sexual assault and domestic abuse are often seen as women’s issues, but these issues know no limits – gender identity, sexual orientation, income, religion, or neighborhood – anyone can be impacted by these crimes and we want our community to know that we are here to help and offer that help without judgment, regardless of who you are or what your experience.
Our new logo embodies intersectionality. The intersecting circles that make the whole of our logo honor the intersections and interconnections of the people, influences, and social factors related to decreasing violence in the community and serving those impacted by that violence.
We operate from a place of understanding of the relationship across experiences and between people. Everything is interconnected. We must all work together recognizing the intersection of each person and each experience, and how these relationships and experiences relate to each other.
Anyone who is impacted by domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, or dating violence, whether directly or indirectly, can call our crisis line 24/7 for help, 801-444-9161.”
Everyone has a right to a safe, self-determined life free of violence.
Interpersonal violence affects everyone. Understanding this, Safe Harbor offers inclusive services for all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation.
There is an intergenerational impact of violence we must address with intervention, education, and community awareness. Children from violent homes experience trauma that can have a lifelong impact.
Domestic and sexual violence are about power and control.
Safe Harbor Crisis Center strives to create a community where violence and abuse are not tolerated. Our prevention and intervention services can help empower each individual to reduce violence in Davis County.
4,023 Individuals served
18,577 Nights of safety in our residential programs
2,151 crisis line calls answered
Awareness of others & their stories
Consideration of each individual’s interconnected identities to understand their past and future experiences
Shared risk and protective factors
Working together across sectors
Strengthening through interconnection
Encouraging self-determination and self-confidence
Motivating positive steps
Providing resources and support
Offering a path to safety
Each individual regaining control over their lives
Respecting that each person is uniquely capable of knowing what’s best for them
Kristen Floyd, Executive Director
Glady Larsen, Director of Development
Vic Eschler, Director of Human Resources and Operation
Madyson Weinmman, Housing Director
Mary Robinson, Shelter Director
Samantha Knuth, Therapy Program Director
Mark Parsons, Chair
Sol Oberg, Vice Chair
Amanda Tullis, Treasurer
Lori Pehrson, Secretary