A short-term residential facility for women and their children seeking confidential refuge from an unsafe living situation.
Designed to help women and their children bridge the gap between their time at the Safe House and living independently.
Educational and empowering programs such as, counseling, support groups, and specialized youth programs are offered for all ages groups.
A group of volunteers who are specially trained to provide critical and clear information on scene, in a time of crisis.
Learn about the various ways you can help support Safe+Sound Somerset.Learn More
Our partners improve the lives of survivors with financial support, donations and volunteer projects!Learn More
Numerous volunteer opportunities are available to suit the needs of those who want to help!Learn More
Safe+Sound Somerset provides all new staff members and volunteers with 40 hours of training as recommended and required by New Jersey State Law and the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.Learn More
Donors want to make a meaningful contribution. Many find it easier to put this into their budgets as a recurring donation. You choose how often you want to make a gift and the amount you want to give—Safe+Sound Somerset will take care of the rest. You can change the amount and frequency any time and without restrictions.
Charitable trusts, bequests and gift annuities are examples of planned giving. These gifts ensure the long-term vitality of Safe+Sound Somerset’s work to end domestic abuse without impacting your budget. Ask your financial advisor, planner or accountant about leaving a legacy gift.
Gift of Stock
Donors may wish to make gifts of stock, bonds or mutual fund shares. Talk to your financial advisor or accountant about the tax benefits of this type of giving.
Most women and children enter the Safe House with only the clothes on their backs. Safe+Sound Somerset provides new bedding, toiletries and basic needs from the moment they walk through the doors until they leave. Consider donation items from this list to provide the basic necessities they need during their stay.