Listen to Michael’s story to see how your charitable gift to Project Get Safe can help survivors of sexual assault and their families find hope again.
Reserve Deputy Sheriff Safety Stu was on the job keeping everyone safe at the Special Olympics Southern California event last week!
Who’s ready for Safety Academy 2015?!
Registration is now open! If you are a resident of Lake Forest, CA, you can register your child for this free four-week program by clicking the link below and then selecting “Youth Programs” on the left-side menu bar.
On July 20, 2012, Get Safe and Area Board 11 hosted the 2012 Self-Advocacy Conference for persons with developmental disabilities in Orange County. This event was similar to the conference at IRC in June, but we also had a community fair beforehand where attendees had the opportunity to mingle with Anaheim PD, OC Sheriff’s Dept.,…Details
Who’s coming in today for a little Sip & Shop fun? Remember to mention “PROJECT GET SAFE” when you shop today through Saturday and a percentage of sales will benefit our violence prevention, intervention and recovery programs!
Make sure you and your kids GET SAFE, be safe, and stay safe this Halloween with these fun safety tips from Safety Stu and the gang! Happy Halloween… and be safe out there!