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Rock Campaingn 2017 -

We want to thank everyone who came out to help us find the awareness rocks for domestic violence awareness month. It was a wonderful turn out and we appreciate all the support and love from our community.
There are still a lot of rocks out there with Safe Harbor on them, so if you find them with our name you can bring them to 905 1st ave south, Escanaba MI 49829 (yellow house with our name on the front). There you will find out Rock Garden with the awareness rocks displayed. Place it where ever you would like and feel free to ring our door bell so we can come out and thank you for your support.
Again, Thank You to everyone who painted a rock and came out to help find them.

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Resource Table - We love getting out in the communit and putting up our table that has information about all the services we provide. A staff member will also be there to answer any questions you may have about our services, volunteering and internships.

All presentations will provide an overview of

Tri-County Safe Harbor Services. Please indicate with your request which service you are requesting. Thanks.

Community Presentation and Table Request

Tri-County Safe Harbor takes pride in providing domestic violence, teen dating violence and sexual assault education to the community. To request a table or presentation for your next event please complete the following information below. Please allow at least 14 business days after the request is received to process. Requests are met based on staff availability. Although we attempt to fill all speaking engagements a request is not a guarantee a speaker will be available. Thank you.

Teen Dating Violence - What is Teen Dating Violence, what does it look like, red flags and how you can help a friend who might be in a unhealthy relationship.

Time of presentation depends on the class size, generally need 30 minutes to an hour. Interactive games and questions for the students.

Digital Abuse - 71.9% of high school students will be cyberbullied once or twice in the school year. Digital Abuse is on the rise, every year young children are having to deal with harassment, sexting, stalking and more. This is a good presentation for children to need to be educated on how to stay safe on the internet.