Safe Nest works closely with local and regional media outlets to share facts, trends and individual stories of domestic violence. As an agency, Safe Nest values the opportunity to work with media regularly to examine the issue and promote change. If you need more information on a press release or comments for a story, contact Safe Nest at any of the numbers below. Media representatives are generally available for electronic and print interviews seven days a week, with sufficient advance notice.
Interview Requests for Victims/Survivors
Safe Nest attempts to accommodate media requests for interviews with survivors and shelter residents, however, the agency's primary obligation is to protect the confidentiality and safety of our clients. Due to the nature of domestic violence and importance of privacy for clients, media interviews with specific individuals are not always possible. Thank you for your cooperation.
Safe Nest shelters are confidential. Interviews, videotaping, or photo opportunities must be conducted with this in mind. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Due to confidentiality and client privacy laws, Safe Nest does not confirm or deny whether specific individuals are receiving our services.
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