SAFV organizes several programs designed to equip parents with healthy parenting skills, ways to talk to their children about healthy relationships, and opportunities to connect and share resources with other parents.
School plays a vital role in the development of young people. SAFV is working with schools to create a climate that promotes respect and does not tolerate violence in any form.
SAFV is involved with a number of programs that support males by promoting healthy masculinity, relationship skills, and equality between men and women.
SAFV provides free trainings for groups and agencies that have an interest in education about domestic violence, sexual assault, and the effects of violence on children. We also provide an annual community training every fall.
The Sitka Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force is made up of agencies and nonprofits in the community dedicated to creating a community where everyone feels loved, honored, and respected. It is open to everyone and meets monthly.