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We provide services and support for victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking. Our shelter is located in Delta County and we have outreach offices in Menominee and Schoolcraft Counties. Read more to find out what services are and how we can help.

Is getting more involved in your community one of your new year resolutions? Here at Tri-County Safe Harbor we are always in need of more helping hands who want to make a difference.


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How does a person fall into the

  insidious snare of Domestic Violence? You don’t fall…it’s more like a slow and gradual march into a pit…you don’t realize how deep you are until you look back; and then it takes some effort to climb back out.

If you find you need to leave our website quickly click on the ribbon. You will see them through out each page for a quick escape.

~ Our services are Free and 100% Confidential ~

My story:

I was 19, had completed my sophomore year of college and was planning on moving to another far-off state to be with my high school boyfriend who was in the air force. I had visited, and was enrolled in my new college; I had a good start to a great life. I started a summer job and met “Him”.

So often we get adults and children who come to our shelter with nothing because the only thing they were worried about was their safety. Every month we update our needs list so that we can better serve our clients. If your thinking of giving back, what better way then to give to someone who has nothing. 

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For some, volunteering is a chance to make a difference, a way to give back to the community. Volunteering at the Safe Harbor not only gives you the chance to give back, but to become a part of a great cause. Read more to find out how volunteering at the Safe Harbor could not only help you but your community.

February: Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

    Teen dating violence affects 1.5 million students in high school each year. To learn more