Welcome to SafeNest.org

Serving Southern Nevada since 1977, Safe Nest is Nevada’s largest and most comprehensive charity devoted solely to domestic violence issues. Safe Nest’s programs are concentrated in four areas of service: shelter, counseling, advocacy and prevention. Our shelter homes are maintained in undisclosed locations for the safety of abuse victims and their children, and all services are provided with confidentiality as a high priority. Our goal is to assist families from crisis to healing, while empowering victims toward self-sufficiency in violence-free lives. Safe Nest provides services for victims, batterers and their children. Prevention programs focus on children, teens, and young adults.

Domestic violence takes multiple forms, including physical, sexual, emotional and verbal abuse, destruction of property, abuse of pets, social isolation and economic dependency. Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence regardless of age, gender, race, social status or sexual orientation.

If you need help, you’ll find helpful resources here. And if you’d like to partner with Safe Nest to provide resources, please explore our volunteer and philanthropic opportunities. (Safe Nest is a 501 c3 tax-exempt organization registered as Temporary Assistance for Domestic Crisis, Inc.)

INTERNET SAFETY: If you need to leave this site quickly, please click on the red ESCAPE button to go to a neutral site. And if you are a victim of domestic violence, please visit our Need Help page for more information on Internet Safety.

Latest News

National Women's Health Week
(05/08/2015)
National Women’s Health Week begins every year on Mother's Day as a reminder to women to make their health a priority. May 14th is National Checkup day and a perfect day to also assess your relationship with your spouse or partner.

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I feel as if I might be losing my mind… Am I going crazy?
(05/05/2015)
The simple response to that question is: probably not. However, if you have experienced intense emotional pain and fear at the hands of someone who promised to love and cherish you, you may very well feel that way, and it is normal. If someone has been hurting you, (emotionally or physically) it’s likely you’ve experienced some level of trauma. Major types of trauma include: natural disasters (Hurricane Katrina), mass interpersonal violence (Boston marathon), car accidents, war, rape, partner battery, and child abuse.

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Welcome to Safe Nest Planned Giving! Our hope is to serve you and your family with helpful information. We have many Safe Nest friends who are now benefiting from life income gifts, gift annuities and other plans. Thank you for taking the time to explore the benefits of gift planning.

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