Ramoth House is Safe Haven’s confidential emergency shelter available for women and their children. During their stay, residents also receive ongoing case management and support.
Safe Haven offers an array of non-residential services to women and their children, including one-on-one case management, support groups, and a trauma-intervention program for children.
Through the Prevention and Education Program, Safe Haven offers training and educational opportunities to businesses, schools, healthcare providers, human-service agencies, and faith communities. Learn More
You are not alone:
Nearly 1 in 3 women has been slapped, pushed, or shoved by an intimate partner at some point in her lifetime. This translates to approximately 36.2 million women in the United States.
Each year, 15,5 million children in the United States witness domestic violence.
Who is eligible for services?
Safe Haven Ministries’ residential and non-residential services are available to women and their children who have experienced or who are experiencing domestic abuse. We serve all women equally regardless of age, race, religious belief, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or socio-economic status.