|Domestic violence is an ongoing experience of physical, mental and/or sexual abuse in the home, associated with increased isolation from the outside world and limited personal freedom and accessibility to resources. It permeates all levels of our society and all areas of the country. The problem is not unique to one particular social or economic group or region. Nor is it restricted to any one sex or age group. Victims come from all types of homes, even the very best of families. Family violence has shattered the lives of people of all ages, representing every occupation and profession.
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Safe Passage is a program provided through
The First Tennessee Human Resource Agency
which is a non-profit, tax exempt organization.
Safe Passage serves Washington County, Tennessee and surrounding counties as a shelter for victims of Domestic Violence. The Shelter began operation in June 1996 and came under the FTHRA umbrella of services in 2006. FTHRA does not discriminate against race, religion, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age or disability. FTHRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.