Betty Griffin Center provides services of hope and healing for victims of domestic and sexual assault in St. Johns County.

Our Vision, Mission & Values

Our Vision: Peace at home……..then in the world.

Our Mission: To help survivors of domestic and sexual violence navigate through their life-changing traumas to live fulfilling lives on their terms.

Our Values:

Protect

Educate

Advocate

Collaborate

Empower

Our Impact

From 7/1/2020 to 6/30/2021 Betty Griffin Center provided:

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1,856

People receiving education at one of our 52 Community/School Events

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61

Victims supported with sexual assault advocacy at the Flagler Hospital Rape Care Unit

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183

Petitioners served with hours of legal advocacy

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13,974

Nights that 383 people have spent in the shelter and in transitional housing

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10,474

Hours of supportive services provided to 1,166 women, children and men.

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1,310

People assisted through Help Line Calls

Betty Griffin Center provides many domestic and sexual assault services virtually, and in-person through our Outreach Center.

Latest News & Events

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2024 ‘A Day Without Violence’ Calendar, Poetry Contest Now Under Way

Betty Griffin Center is accepting submissions from St. Johns County Students for the 2024 ‘A Day Without Violence’ Art and Poetry Contest. The project is open to all St. Johns County students in kindergarten through 12th grade, whether they attend public school, private school or are home-schooled. All entries are due by Friday, April 30,…

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Sponsor/Register Now for “The Run for Peace 5K” on Saturday, April 8

Registration is under way for the 9th Annual Run for Peace 5K, benefitting Betty Griffin Center, which takes place at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 8 at the St. Augustine Pier, located at 350 A1A Beach Blvd. Runners and walkers can sign up at www.runforpeace5k.org through Friday, April 7.  Registration is $30 for adults and $20…

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Human Trafficking Awareness Month Proclamation Event

Betty Griffin Center CEO Kelly Franklin was joined by other local officials as the City Commission of the City of St. Augustine passed a proclamation declaring January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month – urging all residents to recognize “our vital roles in ending all forms of modern slavery” and observe “programs and activities aimed at…

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Outreach Office:

Betty Griffin Center
2450 Old Moultrie Rd, Ste. 202,
St. Augustine, FL 32086

M-F 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. (904) 808-8544 -Voice

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