Sexual Assault and Children Impacted by Substances Support, Partnership with Wayside Youth & Family Support Network

Sexual Assault and Children Impacted by Substances Support, Partnership with Wayside Youth & Family Support Network


Jennifer Levine

SAFE Coalition


[email protected]

Franklin, MA: SAFE Coalition today announced a partnership with Wayside Youth Services, a new style of clinical support for those impacted by sexual assault and children impacted by substance use.  These clinical and informational supports provide direct care to victims and offer a new way for community members to receive clinical care.

“As COVID has impacted the environmental safety and recovery of our community members, these clinical resources allow for victims to receive the services in real time, in person, and in a confidential setting ,” says Jennifer Levine, Executive Director and co-founder of The Safe Coalition. “We are so thankful for this partnership and for the federal programs that are allowing us to do this work completely free of charge”.

Features and benefits include:

  • Sexual Assault Counselor – in person Friday 9am-5pm, free of charge, also provides legal advocacy
  • Children Impacted by Substances – ongoing, in-person Friday 9am-5pm, free of charge
  • Resource for services – QR code given on business card with no language for discreteness, once scanned on a smart phone additional resources pop up


  • Sexual Assault Supportive counseling, will be available starting 9/4/2020.
  • Children Impacted by Substance is currently available via telehealth. In-person starts 9/4/2020.
  • Resource for Services cards will be available starting September4, 2020

About SAFE Coalition: The SAFE Coalition is a non-profit organization that provides supportive services to those impacted by Substance Use Disorder. We focus on prevention, education, peer connection and treatment options. Some of our partnerships include Wayside Youth and Families Support Services, The Providers Council, Turning Point Recovery Center, Norfolk County District Attorney, Norfolk County Sheriff’s Department, Wrentham District Court, the Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, the Hockomock Area YMCA, and various school, police, fire, and faith communities. We believe in the opportunity of recovery and recognize the value in community collaboration.


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