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Safehome is a nonprofit organization and domestic violence shelter (sometimes known as “women’s shelter”) near you in Johnson County.

We are dedicated to ending domestic violence. By providing shelter, individual and group counseling, court and legal support, and community programs and engagement, approximately 8,000 individuals each year benefit- many receiving the support they need to lead healthy, independent lives. Since 1980 our vision has been clear, we are working to create a community free of domestic violence and partner abuse.

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17 September


Horses, Hats & Hope

Spring Hill KS, 66083

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This year’s Super Silent Auction and Raffle are open to the public! 🤩 Every raffle ticket purchased qualifies as a tax-deductible donation and gives you a chance to win. ❤️ LINK IN BIO!

Though we would love to see everyone for our socially distanced Un-Kentucky Derby Party TOMORROW EVENING at @thebowerykc we understand some are unable to attend. BUT.... we know all of you are passionate about Safehome and our mission and don’t want you to miss out!

We are sure there is something for everyone, so hurry up and see what piques your interest. The auction and raffle will close tomorrow, September, 17th at 8:00PM. Browse items now: LINK IN BIO!

$0.91 of every $1.00 donated to Safehome goes directly to our FREE programs.

For more event info click link in bio, tix still available!

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You are stronger than you think! 💪 Strength looks different in different seasons— and sometimes it looks like asking for help. Safehome is here for you. 24-HR Hotline (913) 262-2868 (✏️: @morganharpernichols ) ...

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