Safe Harbor Supports
If you have knowledge of any act of abuse being or having been perpetrated upon a child-victim, Tennessee Code Annotated § 37-1-403 requires that you report the incident of abuse to the appropriate authority.
If you suspect child abuse you must report it
Its the law!
If you have knowledge of any act of abuse being or having been perpetrated upon a child-victim, Tennessee Code Annotated § 37-1-403 requires that you report the incident of abuse to the appropriate authority. Do you have information concerning the abuse or neglect of a child-victim? Report anonymously by calling the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services Hotline: 1-877-237-0004
Parent Helpline: 1-800-356-6767
Phone counseling available 24 hours a day with trained professionals. Spanish speaking counselors available weekdays after 6:00 p.m. and weekends.Failure to report abuse of which you have knowledge is a criminal offense in the State of Tennessee and punishable by law.
VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, Inc. welcomes all inquiries from persons interested in volunteering their time and talent to aid the child-victims of abuse in Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier Counties.
Everyone has some skill or resource that can benefit Safe Harbor’s operations and, thus, benefit the innocent child-victims of abuse in our district.
If you are interested in exploring the possibility of volunteering your services, please contact our Executive Director, Donna J. Koester, by phone at (865) 774-1777 or via e-mail.
For the safety of all child-victims with whom we work, all applicants seeking employment or to volunteer with Safe Harbor must complete an in-depth criminal background check, prior to being accepted.