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Learn more about internet safety and remember to clear your browser history after visiting this website.

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News

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  • Executive Director Elise Johansen to Step Down in June

    April 8, 2024

    “It would take a very special job working for a very special cause to pull me away from Safe Voices,” says Johansen. "I could not have made the decision to go if it wasn’t to join an organization with a mission like Planned Parenthood's.” 

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  • Grown-up book fair in Auburn combines nostalgia with a good cause

    February 1, 2024

    On February 1, Safe Voices once again welcomed the local community to enjoy books, artwork, and nostalgia with local booksellers and artisans. The event, attended by 150-175 people, is a major fundraiser for Safe Voices' work to end domestic abuse and sex trafficking in Maine, and also serves as a way to engage with the community in a meaningful way, offering a safe and warm mid-winter night out.

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  • Advocates hold vigil for victims of human trafficking in Lewiston

    January 29, 2024

    Safe Voices Executive Director Elise Johansen, the Lewiston office staff and advocates were flanked by representatives from other organizations in Dufresne Plaza on Lisbon Street. Among attendees were Meg Hatch, executive director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services in Waterville, and Tricia Grant of Westbrook Just Love Worldwide. Nathan Walsh, assistant district attorney for Androscoggin County, local law enforcement officers and others also attended to show solidarity and support.

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  • Photos: Picture perfect day for Lewiston race

    August 5, 2023

    Dozens of runners and walkers took part in Saturday's Safe Voices 5K/10K Race for Survivors event at Bates College.

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