Harbor Safe House & Advocacy Center 

Finding Your Way

24/7 Crisis Hotline (Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault) (423) 476-3886

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24 Hour Crisis Hotline

24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: 423-476-3886

TEXT (Answered during business hours): 423-715-9614

ALL Contact is Confidential

If you are unsure of the next step to take, please call our confidential hotline. An advocate can talk to you about your options and help create a safety plan.

Community Education

Program staff provide many educational opportunities about program services and the topics of domestic violence and sexual assault. Staff make presentations to church groups, schools, clubs, and other organizations. If your organization would like to schedule a presentation to learn more about our services or domestic violence and sexual assault, please call or text 423-889-1479 or submit a contact form.

In the past, the program presented to inpatient groups at Pine Ridge Treatment Center, the Cleveland Fire Department, Walker Valley High School, United Women of the Ocoee Region, Benton United Methodist Church, Lee University, Cleveland High School, Polk County High School, and many more!

Community Support Groups

Creating a support system is essential to healing from abuse.  Our program offers support groups for both women and children that meet once a week in a confidential location.  Some of the group topics include education on the dynamics of domestic violence, self-esteem, assertiveness, goal-setting, and safety planningFREE CHILD CARE WITH NOTICE,  click here to submit an online request for more information. 

Court Advocacy

Filing for orders of protection or police reports, preparing for court hearings, looking for referrals in the legal community, etc. can be intimidating and overwhelming. We have support for every step of the way. For more information, please call or text 423-889-1479 or submit a contact form by clicking here. 

One on One Crisis Counseling

All victims who contact the program receive crisis counseling either through the hotline, face to face sessions, or support groups.  Crisis counseling is geared towards assisting clients with safety planning, goal-setting, help navigating the court system, and options that help them work towards a future that is free from abuse.  To set up a counseling appointment, click here.


National Domestic Violence Hotline


Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organizaiton)


DV resources provided by TN.gov 


Legal Aid of East Tennessee