Of Salmon, spirits, silence, and steam: a study of sexual violence in rural alaska


Prevention

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The mission of SAFE is to provide individual and system advocacy that prevents,reduces, and eliminates inter personal violence in Bristol Bay Alaska.

Our Mission

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SAFE is in Dillingham, Alaska, USA, and is Bristol Bay's shelter, prevention, and advocacy agency for domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Dillingham (2400 people) is a hub for dozens of surrounding villages in Bristol Bay, and SAFE has a geographic service area  the size of Ohio.

Advocacy

Shelter

Safe and Fear-free Environment, Inc. (SAFE)

Dr. Jeremy Braithwaite presented his thesis in Dillingham on November 15-17, Tuesday-Thursday, 10am and 2pm, at SAFE's SISTR room.  Jeremy's thesis was based on interviews with adult survivors of sexual violence in Bristol Bay. We will post his presentation shortly.

​​​Check back for the most current K. Janie Hill Memorial Award Nomination Form (only SAFE members may submit nominations)

K. Janie Hill Memorial Award

SAFE Board Meeting

25th Annual Tony's Run

was Sunday, 09/18/16

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Of Salmon, spirits, silence, and steam: a study of sexual violence in rural alaska

 SAFE's Board of Directors invites the public to attend monthly board meetings in SAFE's SISTR Room. There will be no board meeting in December.