GET SAFE is the leader in violence prevention, crisis intervention and recovery programs for persons with developmental disabilities and those who care for them. This video highlights just a few of our programs for people with disabilities, as well as some testimonials from our students!
Thanks to a generous donation from the Ford Motor Company Fund, 25 students from the Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership (GRIP) Program were able to attend the GET SAFE Character Academy Summer Camp for a month FREE. Our campers learned living skills, personal safety, how to stay active and healthy, violence/abuse prevention, and how to be…Details
Wow! One year ago today, GET SAFE held an Open House to celebrate the grand opening of its Training & Resource Center. The day was filled with fun activities, including guided tours of the new Tustin, CA facility, meet & greets with the GET SAFE Training Crew, food & refreshments, and of course, free demonstrations…Details
So proud of all the campers who graduated from our four-week Character Academy today!
Time for a throwback! During September 2012, Project GET SAFE was featured by Festival of Children Foundation as one of five Orange County not-for-profit organizations in its Carousel of Possible Dreams fundraising campaign. With the help of our donors, we were able to raise more than $6,000 to help put our National Predator Database in…Details
Bullying has become a hot-button issue in our communities; it can often be a precursor to an escalation of violence on campus, which can take the form of physical violence or even an active shooter situation. Equipping schools with the tools to properly prevent, respond to, and recover from bullying is no longer an option—it…Details