News & Events

Recent Events:

SAFE in the News “DC domestic violence agency raises enough money to stay afloat during shutdown” October 15th, 2013

MSNBC “Domestic abuse victims may lose havens and help” October 12th, 2013

ABC News “DC domestic violence agency struggles amid shutdown” October 11th, 2013
PBS NewsHour “Government shutdown affects services for domestic violence victims” October 7th, 2013
WJLA TV (ABC) “Government Shutdown 2013: Domestic abuse victims affected during awareness month” October 7th, 2013
WAMU “Without federal funding, shelter for victims of domestic violence struggles” October 7th, 2013
Huffington Post “Government shutdown trickle down: 50 effects of the government standstill” October 7th, 2013
WUSA TV (CBS) “Domestic violence services threatened by shutdown” Ocotber 4th, 2013

WUSA 9 “Domestic violence services threatened by shutdown?” SAFE Executive Director Natalia Otero discusses furlough’s effect on domestic violence services in DC. Oct 4, 2013

See SAFE’s Director of Advocacy, Baylis Beard de Molina discuss a new app for survivors of sexual assault on Univision.  August, 2013

Watch SAFE Exectuive Director, Natalia Otero, on DC50′s NewsPlus in an interview with Mark Segraves, DC50 TV NewsPlus, April 2013

“Fighting Back: Has one state discovered a simple way to combat domestic violence?” The New Republic, April 20, 2012

“Predicting and Preventing Murder”, The Washington Post, October 28, 2011

“El área alza su voz contra la violencia,” El Tiempo Latino, October 14, 2011

“Víctimas protestan contra Comunidades Seguras,” The Washington Hispanic, October 10, 2011

“Exclusive: DC Judge Talks Domestic Violence,” WUSA9 News, October 3, 2011

“Watchdog Group Critiques Montgomery County Judges Who Issue Restraining Orders,” The Washington Post, October 2, 2011

“India Adopts US Model in Tackling Domestic Violence,” The Times of India, June 17, 2010

“Domestic Violence Protective Orders Given All Day,” The Examiner, May 1, 2007