Love should never hurt.
But when it does, adults, children and youth in St. Clair County, Michigan, can turn to Blue Water Safe Horizons.
Blue Water Safe Horizons is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides both emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services.
The mission of Blue Water Safe Horizons is to increase awareness of intimate-partner and sexual violence and its effect on the community, to empower those victimized by providing advocacy and safe and effective services, and to work for social change through education and community collaboration.
BWSH offers more than just keeping survivors safe. Other services provided include individual counseling, advocacy, support groups, and referrals to other services.
In our ideal world, no one would ever need our services. Therefore, we work to bring about social change through education and community collaboration with other nonprofits in the Blue Water Area of Michigan.
COVID 19 Information
Though many things have changed during the COVID 19 pandemic, please know that Blue Water Safe Horizons still exists and provides services and support to people in the Blue Water Area in need of shelter or outreach due to issues surrounding domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse.
Please visit our Contact page for more information if you need assistance.
If you need immediate assistance with a crisis, please call 911 immediately.
© 2019 Blue Water Safe Horizons. Blue Water Safe Horizons is not affiliated with or sponsored by Safe Horizon, Inc. at http://www.safehorizon.org. A portion of our service provision is supported by Grant No. 2015-VA-GX-0044, awarded to Blue Water Safe Horizons by the Michigan Crime Victim Services Commission. The agreement award of $272,991 (80% of the project) comes from the Federal Crime Victims Fund, established by the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 administered by the Office of Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Blue Water Safe Horizons provides the required match valued at $68,248, by the use of volunteers (1,255 volunteer hours), the St. Clair County Commission on Aging or United Way of St. Clair County.