Donate To Safe Harbor
- Program Curriculum
- The Gas Hog Project
- Annual Gala and Prayer Walk Sponsorships
- Social Services Program
- Phase Coach Program
- Counseling Services
- Recovery Services Program
- Equine Therapy
- Dance Therapy – Dance Workshop
- Art Therapy Workshops
- Art Museum Trip
- Symphony Trip
- Nature/Lake Retreat – Tennessee Trip
We can’t do this alone
We could not do what we do without the financial support of the Body of Christ. Many thanks to these church partners in Springfield, Xenia, Dayton, Columbus, and beyond, who have united with our ministry through transformational giving. If you are interested in having a Safe Harbor representative speak at your church, e-mail Amy@safeharborhouse.org.
- Champion City Vineyard, Springfield
- Covenant Presbyterian Church, Springfield
- Eastside Grace Brethren Church, Columbus
- Emmanuel Baptist Church, Xenia
- Faith United Methodist Church, Springfield
- Far Hills Community Church, Dayton
- First Christian Church, Springfield
- First Baptist Church of Dayton
- First Baptist Church of Fairborn
- First Lutheran Church, Springfield
- Grace Baptist Church, Cedarville
- Grace Community Church, Elida
- Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Springfield
- Heritage Christian Church, Westerville
- Riversong Church of Springfield
- South Charleston Presbyterian Church
- Southgate Baptist Church, Springfield
We want to greatly honor the businesses and organizations that have chosen to give sacrificially and counter-culturally. Thank you for recognizing that an investment in Safe Harbor is an investment in our community. If you would like to hear more about opportunities to get your business involved in our ministry, e-mail Amy@safeharborhouse.org. Also, please show your support to these generous businesses and organizations by using their services, visiting and patronizing their shops, etc!
- Beacon of Hope Stores, Springfield
- Burton-Minnick Inc. Realtors, Springfield
- Cedarville University, Cedarville
- Dasher Family Eye Care, Springfield
- Dr. Denise R. Williams M.D., Dayton
- Fair Trade Winds, Springfield
- First Diversity Management Group, Springfield
- Foreman-Blair, Springfield
- Freedom Family Chiropractic, Centerville
- Gleam, Inc., Springfield
- Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce
- Jay-Gee Specialities, Inc., Bellbrook
- Job and Family Services of Clark County, Springfield
- LexisNexis, Dayton
- Littleton & Rue Funeral Home, Springfield
- Zima Automotive
- Mission Increase Foundation
- Nicks Carpentry and Maintenance, Columbus
- Physicians and Surgeons for Women, Springfield
- Roger Storer & Son, Springfield
- Paul W. Schanher III Dental, Springfield
- The Nehemiah Foundation, Springfield
- The Turner Foundation, Springfield
- Think Anew, Inc., Springboro
- University of Dayton
- Women at Risk International, Inc.
Become A Prayer Partner!
Receive regular prayer request updates. We will keep the confidentiality of our residents intact, and yet give you specific prayer goals, requests, and even prayer themes to help bring unity and focus. Contact Founder and President, Joy Fagan, if you would like to join our team of prayer partners. email@example.com
We would also love to have new Prayer Teams and Small Groups springing up all over Ohio, joining together to pray for the CAUSES and for the women of Safe Harbor. If you would like to spearhead or join a Prayer Team at your church or small group, please contact Executive Director, Amy Willmann. firstname.lastname@example.org
Prayer of Saint Francis
Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace;
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is discord, harmony;
Where there is error, truth;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
Where there is darkness, light;
And where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master, Grant that I may not so much seek
To be consoled as to console;
To be understood as to understand;
To be loved as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive;
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.
Volunteer To Help Safe Harbor!
Let us know how you would like to get involved!
Fill out an application today, and we would love to sit down over a cup of coffee to discuss your heart, passions, gifts, and possible contributions to the ministry of Safe Harbor. We SINCERELY thank you for your interest! Unless otherwise stated, e-mail Mich@safeharborhouse.org if interested in the following service opportunities:
Our volunteer opportunities are as varied and unique as the individuals who serve here, so this is by no means an exhaustive list.
Once a week for about an hour, mentors listen, love on, and encourage a Safe Harbor resident. You just need to be a mature believer in Christ who shares God’s heart for the women of Safe Harbor. If interested, e-mail Linda@safharborhouse.org.
Sponsors are recovering addicts with a significant amount of clean time who have successfully worked the 12 steps of AA or NA. These volunteers commit to walking with a Safe Harbor resident through her own recovery journey, helping her work the steps.
If you are a college or graduate student interested in interning at Safe Harbor, contact our Executive Director, Amy Wilmann at email@example.com.
If your small group, church, or school is interested in doing a service project at Safe Harbor, please let Mich know. We’d be blessed to have you!
Every day we have 15 women all going different directions, needing rides to recovery meetings, dental appointments, volunteer commitments, trauma counseling, the grocery store, work. This vital volunteer opportunity is an excellent way to connect with and invest in the women of Safe Harbor, not to mention immensely bless our staff.
GED tutoring /Education Coach
For a variety of reasons, some of our residents have not been able to finish their formal education. They may need your help reaching a specific goal, like getting their GED, or more general help with completing Safe Harbor or recovery homework.
Life Skill Trainer
Do you have a special talent or interest in an area such as music, finance, fitness/nutrition, gardening, car maintenance, cooking, or any other teachable skill? Chances are, there is a resident of Safe Harbor interested in learning your craft. They just need a teacher!
Our staff members work diligently each day in their own professional niche’s, supporting the residents and strengthening the sustainability of Safe Harbor.
If you are trained in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, or other contracting skills, we’d love to have your help when maintenance issues arise.
Safe Harbor is a home as well as a business. We have several computers and printers, and we need occasional IT support from individuals who know more about computers than we do (hint: it’s not much)!
Who can volunteer at Safe Harbor?
Our volunteers are: recovering addicts, pastors wives, homeschooling moms, ministry leaders, laypersons, college students, retirees, business owners, professors, young professionals, counselors, handymen…. are you catching the drift? Whoever you are, whatever your story or background, YOU have something to offer. Don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Are there any restrictions on volunteering at Safe Harbor?
Very few. If you are under the age of 18, we ask that you come with an adult. Also, we need men as well as women to serve, but your volunteer opportunities may look different – call us to discuss how you can get involved!
Do I have to have any special skills to volunteer?
No, but we DO want you to thrive in your volunteer role! So when you apply, tell us about your interests, hobbies, and skills, and we’ll find a niche that suits you.
What steps do I need to take to volunteer?
See our page, “Volunteer Process” for a thorough explanation of how to get involved. In brief, you’ll need to fill out an application to let us know you’re interested. Then after we contact your references, we’ll schedule a volunteer orientation to get you acquainted with the ministry, and we’ll go from there!
Where do I show up?
Because of the nature of our ministry, we do not post our physical address anywhere on the internet. After you fill out a volunteer application and we’ve checked up with your references, we’ll let you know where we’re located so you can attend a volunteer orientation!
When and how often can I volunteer?
Pretty much anytime, as often as you’d like! We are a 24/7 ministry, but most of our volunteers come between the hours of 8am and 5pm, Monday thru Saturday. We have volunteers who come once a week for a block of time, and others who come on an as-needed basis. This will depend on your availability and the capacity in which you serve. We have a wide variety of opportunities and we will work with your schedule as much as possible.
Will I need to bring anything?
This depends on the type of volunteering you do. If you are willing and able to do transportation, we will need a copy of your driver’s license (we provide a vehicle, so you don’t have to use yours). If you are going to be doing any yard work, cleaning, or maintenance, dress appropriately and bring necessary supplies if you can, as ours our limited! If you’re going to be here over lunchtime, you may want to bring your own meal to eat with the women. Also, it’s not a bad idea to bring a book or magazine if you end up waiting with a woman during an appointment. Other than that, if you need to bring anything with you, we’ll let you know in advance.
What should I wear?
If you plan to be doing yard work or cleaning, wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Otherwise, modest, comfortable, and casual clothes are ideal!
What will I be doing?
For a list of ways to get involved, visit our page “Volunteer Opportunities”. Individuals or groups can volunteer in numerous capacities! We can tailor your volunteer experience based on your skills and our needs. During your time at Safe Harbor, you will most likely be interacting with staff as well as residents. Before you officially begin volunteering, we will walk you through a brief but thorough training that will equip you for whatever task or situation you may find yourself in. Responsibility for the residents well-being will always rest with the staff on duty, not a volunteer. For more detailed information, or if you have further questions, please e-mail Mich@safeharborhouse.org.