Yoga for Back Pain Part III
We are building on our first popular Yoga for Back Pain class. Part III will feature more specific and progressively more challenging exercises to really target your pain. Missed the first class? Don't worry. Modifications will always be shown. Work at your own pace.
Join us for Part III on Tuesday, May 24 at 4pm. The class will take place at Brevard Yoga, suite 211 in the French Broad Place Building. Your tax-deductible donation will benefit local victims of domestic and sexual violence.
Questions? Call Nancy at 885-7233 or email her at Nancy@safetransylvania.org. Thank you instructor Ashleigh and Brevard Yoga, for hosting this wonderful event!
Free Class on August 4th!
Learn how to stay safe while having fun at college! Join us for Navigating College InterSexions on Thursday, August 4th at 5pm. This free, fun & informative class will take place at our new office location at 515 North Broad Street, Suite 1, in Brevard. See our new office location on map.
This class is open to both genders, and we'll talk about how to create a healthy culture, what consent is (and is not), date rape drugs, being aware of your surroundings, how to intervene, and where and how to get help. To register, call Director of Prevention Services Susan Huter at 828-885-7233 or email email@example.com.
The SAFE Office has Moved!
The offices of SAFE, Inc. have moved to 515 North Broad Street, Suite 1, Brevard, in the building between Creekside Subs and Burger King. Victims' services and batterers services (Domestic Violence Intervention Program classes) are being offered at at the new location now!
If you have any questions about our move, please call us at 828-885-7233. Thank you! See new location on map.
We hope our new location will allow us to serve our clients, volunteers and friends even better! Stop in and see us!
Long-time SAFE volunteer Rachel Smith is walking OVER 500 MILES from France to Spain in the Camino de Santiago. This spiritual journey is one of the most important Christian pilgrimages--and she has made SAFE one of the causes she hopes you'll support.
Read more about Rachel's incredible story or donate to her quest!
Follow Rachel's El Camino on Facebook.
Say "NO MORE" Violence
Thank you to our friends at Ecusta Credit Union for standing up and saying "NO MORE" domestic and sexual violence will be tolerated! Thank you for your support of SAFE, Inc. and our mission. We appreciate Susan Holliday (left) and Nicole Christy (right) taking a moment out of their busy morning to pose for a good cause.
See more of our NO MORE partners.
All-new and located at 370 South Broad Street, Brevard, next to Cardinal Drive In
Thank you, Transylvania County, for your support and patience during the move to our new building. We are settled into a larger and brighter space, and thanks to our volunteers and staff, merchandise is more organized and attractively displayed.
But larger and better also means busier. More volunteers are needed and we are looking for dedicated citizens to join our Volunteer Team. We need all of your long-standing help and contributions to fund Transylvania County’s safe house, Stacey’s House, for the adults and children who suffer from domestic abuse and sexual violence. Your support, in whatever form, either volunteering your time or donations in goods or cash, is greatly needed and appreciated.
We look forward to seeing you in our new store and thrifting with us.
We hope you will join our Volunteer Team. Please call SAFE Volunteer Coordinator Randi Bucci at 885-7233 today!
Watch the SAFE Documentary!
Channel 70 Productions has made a documentary film about SAFE, Inc! It's called " Be SAFE. Help for victims of domestic abuse. What to expect." Click here to watch "Be SAFE" on YouTube.
We are very honored to have been chosen by a write-in vote to win this amazing opportunity. More than 80 people volunteered their time to help showcase the help that SAFE and our larger community offer to people affected by sexual and domestic violence.
Thank you for joining us our in our mission to eliminate sexual & domestic violence in Transylvania County.
Thanks to our supporters at the NC Council for Women.