Safe Harbor opens office in Generations

As part of ongoing efforts to meet the needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims in our community, Safe Harbor is expanding their outreach efforts by opening an office located inside the Generations Intergenerational Center, 1500 Douglas Dr., Suite E, Plymouth.

The office will serve as a location to further education and community outreach services to those in Plymouth and surrounding communities. Depending on need, the office will offer a variety of services by appointment basis like individual therapy and advocacy, and possible support group meetings.

Expanding service provision to the Plymouth area has been part of Safe Harbor’s strategic plan and, thanks to a donation from Acuity, opening this location could happen sooner than the plan.

Generations, an intergenerational center, was created as an environmentally friendly facility where generations come together to learn, support one another, share skills, promote health and strengthen families.

Laura Roenitz, executive director of Safe Harbor, commented about the new location. “Domestic violence and sexual assault know no age, socio-economic, or geographic boundaries. We feel that this location in the Generations building will create opportunity for education with a wide range of community members and easily collaborate with organizations that offer supplementary services.”

The need for services exists throughout Sheboygan County and the Plymouth location will increase accessibility to those who need services. Safe Harbor will continue to offer a full range of services including our emergency shelter from our location in Sheboygan at 929 Niagara Ave.

Safe Harbor is an organization that provides Crisis intervention and ongoing services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault as well as providing education and outreach services to the community at large.

Safe Harbor’s vision is to create a community without interpersonal violence. It provides prevention, intervention, education and outreach services to empower individuals, families and the community to end all forms of domestic violence and sexual assault.

There is a 24/7 crisis hotline available at (920) 892-7640 or 1(800) 499-7640.

For more information, contact Laura Roenitz by calling (920) 452-8611 x303, or e-mail

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