24-hour Crisis Helpline
314.531.2003

Our vision:
A world without
abuse
or rape.

Men can
stop rape.

Boys can
lead.

Reclaim your life. Free counseling and support groups.

Teen dating violence
doesn’t have
to happen
.

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Everyone deserves safe connections. That’s why our organization exists. We offer hope before, during and after domestic abuse and sexual violence. Our counseling and support groups help women and teens from all over the St. Louis region. Our Crisis Helpline is answered by someone who cares 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our educators visit schools and colleges sharing skills for keeping relationships free from control and abuse. All our services are free and with no imposed time limits. Welcome to Safe Connections. We want to help.

Crisis Helpline: 314.531.2003
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Spotlight

Mary McMurtrey Named Nonprofit Professional of the Year
Tuesday, August 12, 2014 – Safe Connections’ good friend Mary McMurtrey of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation was presented with the 2014 Nonprofit Professional of the Year Award from the Community Service Public Relations Council today at the Sheraton Read More...

Events

Oct 18

SCYP Reverse Scavenger Hunt!
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Safe Connections Young Professionals are doing their part to spread awareness and resource information! Join us for our first-ever Reverse Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, October 18!  Teams of 3-4 people will be Read More...

Nov 12

Ninth Annual Voices Ending Violence Dinner Nov. 12
Mark Your Calendar Join us for the ninth annual Voices Ending Violence Benefit Dinner. Be inspired by the story of Sarafina Bianco, a former client who reclaimed her life after domestic violence. You will learn about Safe Connections’ mission, Read More...

Nov 14

Trivia Night November 14… Radical!
Our fifth annual Trivia Night presented by the Safe Connections Young Professionals is on the calendar.  Join us on Friday, November 14 at Immaculate Conception Parish in Maplewood.  Dig out your hammer pants and Zack Morris cell phones for this year’s Read More...