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Who we are

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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24-Hour Hotline
Shelter
Counseling
Legal
Safety Planning

03 September

Thursday

Open Support Group

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Safehome is here for you. Call our 24-hour hotline at (913) 262-2868

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This Saturday we will be at The Legends Outlets spreading love and raising awareness about the FREE resources available at Safehome. Swing by anytime between 11am-5pm and be entered to win $75 in AMC giftcards with a donation to Safehome!🍿

More details available at safehome-ks.org/mec-events/legendsevent/ link in bio!

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Here are some behind the scenes progress shots of Safehome’s kitchen renovation! We are truly thrilled and honored to have been chosen as a @tysonfoods grant recipient for their Hungry for Kitchen Upgrades program. Building stronger, healthier communities is a commitment Tyson Foods and Safehome both takes very seriously. We can’t thank @tysonfoods enough for making this investment in the well-being and health of the domestic violence survivors we serve. We are so excited to share the after photos of the new & improved facility! Stay tuned. 😉

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Explore Safehome’s impact in 2019