Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T)TM: A Global Initiative Saving Lives

August 29 - August 29, 2018
Sheltering Animals & Families Together: A Global Initiative Saving Lives

We hope you’ll join us for the first in our FREE, three-part webinar series, “Keeping Families Together: How to Implement & Fund Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Programs.”

In this webinar, presented by Allie Phillips, attendees will learn about Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T)™, a life-saving global initiative working with domestic violence shelters to implement on-site pet housing. With over 125 (SAF-T)™ shelters in 40 states and 5 countries, (SAF-T)™ allows families to leave an abusive home sooner if allowed to bring their pet with them and prevents families from being lured back to the home to protect their pet. This webinar will discuss how to implement a (SAF-T)™ Program in your domestic violence shelter and discuss housing options, handling allergies and fear of animals, community engagement, important partnerships, and legal issues, as well as share (SAF-T)™ shelters success stories.

To learn more and register, please visit us here.

Event Date:

August 29 - August 29, 2018

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WEBINAR

20180829 20180829 America/New_York Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T)TM: A Global Initiative Saving Lives We hope you\'ll join us for the first in our FREE, three-part webinar series, \"Keeping Families Together: How to Implement & Fund Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Programs.\"In this webinar, presented by Allie Phillips, attendees will learn about Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T)™, a life-saving global initiative working with domestic violence shelters to implement on-site pet housing. With over 125 (SAF-T)™ shelters in 40 states and 5 countries, (SAF-T)™ allows families to leave an abusive home sooner if allowed to bring their pet with them and prevents families from being lured back to the home to protect their pet. This webinar will discuss how to implement a (SAF-T)™ Program in your domestic violence shelter and discuss housing options, handling allergies and fear of animals, community engagement, important partnerships, and legal issues, as well as share (SAF-T)™ shelters success stories.To learn more and register, please visit us here. WEBINAR