National Safe Place Week

National Safe Place (NSP) Week is celebrated nationally during the third full week in March each year.  This recognized week honors Safe Place, an outreach and prevention program for youth in crisis. NSP Week serves to recognize the many valued partners who work together to provide immediate help and safety for all young people. It is a dedicated time to acknowledge licensed Safe Place agencies, Safe Place locations and community partners and volunteers. These individuals and groups are the pillars of strength that support the national safety net for youth.

This year, NSP Week will be celebrated March 17-23 (#NSPWeek2019) nationally.

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Take a look at some articles from last year: NSP Week 2018 in the News

Clark County Youth Shelter & Family Services - Jeffersonville, IN
"Community organizations being declared 'Safe Places' for kids in crisis" (WDRB-TV):

Cocoon House - Everett, WA
"Mukilteo fire station is a 'Safe Place' for youth" (The Daily Herald):

Fresno EOC Sanctuary & Youth Services - Fresno, CA
"Safe Place welcomes Clovis WIC location as sanctuary for youth" (The Clovis Roundup):

The Relatives, Inc. – Charlotte, North Carolina
"The Relatives celebrates National Safe Place Week" (WCCB-TV):

Youth Bridge – Fayetteville, AR
"Youth Bridge celebrates National Safe Place Week" (KNWA-TV):

Youth Crisis Center - Jacksonville, FL
"Nonprofit seeking more 'Safe Place' sites across Northeast Florida (The Florida Times Union):

Youth in Need - St. Charles, MO
"Safe Places: What are they, and who do they help?" (KSDK-TV):