Services to Abused Families, Inc. 


If you or someone you know needs emergency shelter, 

help getting a protective order, crisis intervention,


hospital or court accompaniment, please call our

24-Hour Hotline:


Does your church have a plan for when survivors come forward and share that they're experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault?

What would be your response to them when they open you up to their world? Would you do what was comfortable? Turn a blind eye? Or would you have courage and know how to respond?

To learn more about developing a plan, or even a response for survivors when they decide to tell someone, please join us September 22!

SAFE will be hosting our 2nd Annual S.T.O.P. Event that addresses these points.  Also through this event, we plan to help all churches as well as the community, understand the importance of having a strong relationship with SAFE. In addition, we would like to highlight the vast number of services we have and continue to offer the community. Through collaborative efforts we strive to have churches recognize the “signs and symptoms” of an abusive relationship, and from there to understand the importance of preparedness within the church for when a crisis situation arises. We would also like for all communities to understand the significance of what we here at SAFE do and how much we rely on support from all within the communities we serve.

To RSVP or to speak with someone regarding this event, please contact our Community Outreach Coordinator, Brooke Chumley at 540-825-8891 or email her at

We're looking forward to seeing you!!

...To all who supported our most recent, Survivor's Day for Women event on July 28th!  It was absolutely beautiful!  We were able to carry out our vision of pampering and honoring survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, as well as their families.  We had an outpouring of community support!  
Stay tuned for pictures!

June 30, 2017 marked the day of one of our most successful fundraisers! Our Golf Tournament Committee, along with our
Board of Directors worked diligently seeking community involvement through sponsorships, donations, participation as well as overall support. Thank you all for your commitment!



‘Gopher’ Sponsorship - $2,500
Cintas  • Joseph & Linda Daniel

‘Carl Spackler’ Sponsorship - $1,000
Cecil C Starkey Jr / Culpeper Police Dept. • Memco • Piedmont Wealth Management • Tobacco Road
 • Wortman Mechanical

‘Ty Webb’ Sponsorship - $500
Battlefield Ford of Culpeper • Best Western Culpeper Inn • Chikpea Graphics • Environmental Systems Service, LTD (ESS) • Green Roost • Hammerhead Construction • Julie M Yowell (Embrace Home Loans, Inc.)
 • K&M Lawn and Garden • Remington Drug Co.

‘Judge Smailes’ Sponsorship - $100
Aaron C Simmons (First Heritage Mortgage) • Appleton Campbell • Butch Davies and Marty Moon CAM Transfers, LLC
• Chip Coleman Chrysler of Culpeper • Culpeper Sport & Racquet Club • Darius Vesuna • David James Custom Homes
  • Ed’s Award and Engraving • Elliot DeJarnette • Euro-Composites Corporation • EXIT Cornerstone Realty • Found and Sons
  • Gayheart & Willis, P.C. • I Love Me More Foundation • Japreshia Clark (Nest Realty) • Marshall Keene for School Board
• Nicholas, Jones & Co., PLC • Richard Harrington (Mid-Atlantic Securities, Inc.) • Sherbeyn’s Lawn and Landscape
• Tim & Theresa Dalman (Long & Foster Realty) • Virginia Community Bank

We would also like to give a special thanks to all other business and community partners that made this event possible:

Burnt Ends BBQ • Chick-Fil-A of Culpeper Friends of SAFE • Gibson Rentals Knakals Bakery Mark Wofflay and the staff of Culpeper Country Club Martin’s Foods • Merchant’s Grocery Co Starbucks of Culpeper • Xpress Copy & Graphics …And all of our volunteers and players!

And of course a special thanks all of our door prize and raffle prize donors:

Alan Butterfield • Battlefield Ford of Culpeper Chick-Fil-A • Chic Pea Graphics • Chili’s Cindy Hedges – SpringHill Suites by Marriott Gainesville Culpeper Car Wash • Culpeper Country Club Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. (CRI) Flavor on Main • Glory Days Grass Rootes • Green Roost • Hair Cuttery Harriet’s General • It’s About Thyme James Madison’s Montpelier of Orange Kelly McBride – doTerra Essential Oils Michelle Daly – Massage Therapist Narmada Winery • Pepperberries Tim & Theresa Dalman – Long & Foster Realty •Vinosity

Upcoming Events:

Sept. 22, 2017 - 2nd Annual S.T.O.P. Event
5pm -  8pm at Reformation Lutheran Church. 601 Madison Rd, Culpeper VA 22701

To see more about Awareness events, happenings, and information, 
please click here.

For guest speakers, community education, presentations, 

information on support groups and other non-emergenciesplease call our office at 540.825.8891 

Business Hours:

Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Mailing address: SAFE, P.O. Box 402, Culpeper, Va. 22701

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