Wednesday, December 16th at the Phillipsburg Panera from 4pm to 8pm. Please print and present this flier and Panera will donate a portion of their proceeds to Safe Harbor Easton!


Hey everyone! As winter weather fast approaches, we need to stock up on basic staples that we use on a daily basis. These are items that we frequently run out of. When the weather drops below freezing this winter and we open our doors and set up cots for Code Blue emergency shelter beds, these are items that we will need EVEN MORE of than usual! So please consider having a church, school, office or family supply drive for us using this list so that we are prepared for the increased demand that the holidays and Code Blue weather put on Safe Harbor!


First Unite to Face Addiction rally in Washington, D.C.

We were fortunate enough to be able to bring a group of residents, staff, and day programmers to the first ever Unite to Face Addiction rally on October 4th, 2015. The rally was held on the Mall in Washington, D.C. The rally included speakers like Dr. Oz and several state senators and congressmen. Musical performances included Joe Walsh, the Goo Goo Dolls, Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, the Fray, and more! It was a historic and inspirational day. Hopefully, this rally is the beginning of the end for the stigma and discrimination against addiction and the idea that addiction is a moral failing rather than a terrible and dangerous disease.

To see the live stream of the rally, click here.

Safe Harbor Regatta 2015

THANK YOU SO MUCH to everyone who came out and supported Safe Harbor at our annual Regatta!

Thanks to our wonderful board members, corporate partners, volunteers, and community supporters, our Regatta was a great success. For those who came, we hope you enjoyed yourselves and to see you again at Regatta 2016! For those who were unable to make it, we are already beginning to brainstorm for next year. It will be bigger and better than ever and we’d love to have you there with us next year.

Regatta is incredibly important to us not only for the funds in brings in, but for the opportunity it provides for community members to interact with our residents and vice versa. It is a truly wonderful experience for everyone involved.

Thanks again, everyone!