An Evaluation of the Safe Harbor Initiative in Minnesota - Phase 3, Evaluation Report

This biennial report includes findings and recommendations about the Safe Harbor initiative, based on key informant interviews, participation surveys and interviews, focus groups, and information about youth collected in a database by grantees.

Key findings include:
  • Safe Harbor provides services that would not otherwise be available
  • Safe Harbor draws on youth, grantee, and state strengths to positively impact those served
  • Service and training gaps, systemic challenges, and information gaps decrease Safe Harbor’s reach and impact
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Project Information

Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor began in Minnesota in 2011 to provide legal protection and services for sexually trafficked or exploited youth. Safe Harbor funds agencies and grantees to provide services, provide housing and shelter, deliver training, and conduct outreach and evaluation.

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