SAFE HAVEN LAWS
WHERE A MOTHER CAN RELINQUISH HER BABY NO QUESTIONS ASKED
THE HOPE BOX / SAFE HAVEN LAWS
The Safe Haven Law is a nationally recognized set of laws adopted and governed by each individual state.
For more information on the Safe Haven Law in your state contact us today.
Georgia House Bill 391
-Increased time for relinquishment from 7 days to 30 days
-Mothers are no longer required to provide identification to leave her infant. She may provide information, but it is not required.
-Infants can now be left at fire stations and police stations in addition to hospitals and health departments.
The safe haven law is where a mother can relinquish her baby no questions asked. If you are in need of this law please contact us today
THE HOPE BOX TRAININGS
-Educating fire stations, police stations, hospitals, health department employees, and volunteers.
-Understanding issues concerning at risk infants and mothers
-State statutes and policies regarding infant abandonment
-Best practices concerning the issues of abandonment
-Overcoming the biggest provider challenges
No matter what service you provide, we understand the challenges you face. The Hope Box team is strong and knowledgeable, with unique expertise that your organization needs. Regardless of your teams safe haven training needs, please contact The Hope Box.
For more information regarding other resources, or any of the the following please contact
-Public posting of the safe haven sign
-Trainings with mock safe haven exercises
-Development of safe haven case review team