SAFE Bar Network
What's Possible in 2021? Three Things We're Focused On
The SAFE Bar Network is built on the idea that culture change is possible. We believe that when we engage bar and restaurant staff in conversations about unsafe situations, active bystander skills, and supporting each other, we’ll shift their workplace cultures.
Last year was a tough year for people on so many levels, the SAFE Bar Network included, but there were bright spots and we’re looking forward to all that is possible in 2021.
In 2021 we are….
1. Expanding the SAFE Bar Network to 16 cities across the country through our partnership with the College Bar Alliance.
2. Partnering with local trainers in 11 regions nationwide to grow the SAFE Bar Network in their communities, and provide support to member bars and alcohol-serving venues.
3. Leading SAFE Bar training conversations focused on the skills to give everyone a safe night out with over 1,400 people working at bars and other alcohol-serving venues
At the SAFE Bar Network, we are guided by our core values and we work every day to build trust, show respect, model accountability, facilitate connect and give support because that is the foundation of culture change. In every interaction, we work to show our partners how to create a culture focused on taking action to keep people safe.
To learn more about joining the SAFE Bar Network contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SAFE Bar Network is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) you can join the team by donating your time, talent, and money to the mission of giving everyone a SAFE Night Out, just click here.
There are everyday active bystanders practicing the skills to keep people safe every day. Watch their stories here, Everyday Active Bystanders.
To learn more about active bystander skills check out our blog post, Obstacles. What obstacles? 3 Full Proof Everyday Active Bystander Skills.
Interested in learning more about bystander intervention? Visit our friends at With Us Center for Bystander Intervention.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual harassment our partners can help. Visit MOCSA.org and RAINN.org
To learn more about the field of violence response and prevention visit PreventConnect.org and NSVRC.org