https://www.ktnv.com/morningblend/las-vegas-harvest-festival-safenest-9-2-19 Posted: 1:48 PM, Sep 03, 2019 Updated: 1:48 PM, Sep 03, 2019 Las Vegas Harvest Festival® - Original Art & Craft Show is Friday through Sunday at the World Market Center. Bring unexpired canned food or non-perishables for SafeNest and receive $ 2.00 OFF the price of admission.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/las-vegas-area-foster-owners-sought-for-violence-victims-pets-1839158/ An open house for interested foster parents for animals is set for 5-7 p.m. Thursday at SafeNest, 3900 Meadows Lane. (Las Vegas Review-Journal file) By Sabrina Schnur Las Vegas Review-Journal September 1, 2019 - 3:33 pm Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook. SafeNest and The Animal Foundation are partnering
https://news3lv.com/news/local/new-program-aims-to-help-pets-of-domestic-violence-survivors The reason for the program, according to SafeNest CEO Liz Ortenburger, is to give pets involved in violent relationships a loving place to stay while they and their owners recover. (KSNV) by Renee Santos Thursday, August 29th 2019 LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A program called Pets Are Survivors Too (PAST), a partnership
Mom Murdered in Henderson; Family Wants Answers
https://news3lv.com/news/local/project-safe-417-sees-growth-domestic-violence-volunteers-needed LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Domestic violence is an ongoing problem across the valley. Just in the past two weeks, there have been at least three deadly incidents including a mother who police say was beaten to death by her husband. “There's nothing more frustrating for an officer than responding to a house over and
Statistics show without intervention, 75% of children living in a domestic violence household will repeat the cycle of domestic violence as a batterer or victim. That’s according to SafeNest. Domestic violence is an epidemic that impacts many children. Without intervention, the cycle can keep going. “Get addicted to opioids, be suicidal, be incarcerated and
LAS VEGAS - A local non-profit is expanding a program in an effort to help break the cycle of domestic violence. For the past year, Safe Nest has been working with Metro Police to dispatch trained volunteers to emergency calls. The Raiders made a donation Thursday to help grow the program from one area command
https://news3lv.com/news/local/safenest-services-now-provided-through-text-and-moreIn a time where the internet, technology and cell phones are so prevalent, SafeNest is now expanding its 24/7 crisis hotline.“This is a whole new medium for everybody to be able to reach out,” said SafeNet CEO Liz Ortenburger.The hotline now includes chat and text options.“So, this gives a safe place for teens really