SAFV receives United Way funds


was awarded a $2,500 grant from Southwest

Wyoming United Way to help support programming

for individuals affected by domestic

violence, sexual assault and stalking.

The SAFV Task Force is a victim advocacy

program in Sublette County that has

provided refuge, assistance and support to the

victims of domestic violence, sexual assault

and stalking since 1983. Confidential services

are provided without cost to the individual.

Services offered include but are not limited

to crisis intervention, personal and legal advocacy,

emergency sheltering, transitional

housing, counseling, support groups, financial

assistance, development of life skills and financial

empowerment. Anyone is eligible for

SAFV services if that person or their family

has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual

assault or stalking.


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