Shelter & Housing Support
Leaving an abusive relationship can be the most dangerous time for someone experiencing abuse.
This is true even if there has not been a history of physical violence.
For people and families with safety concerns, Safe Haven offers temporary shelter, along with one-on-one advocacy, connection to needed resources, educational groups and support for children.
We provide housing support through emergency safe shelter for individuals and families seeking safety from violence, rental assistance, and connections to community resources. Beginning Summer 2022, we will expand our services to provide transitional housing for survivors of domestic violence and exploitation.
Our facility is staffed 24/7 and each household has their own room with a locking door and private bathroom. We accommodate survivors of all genders. We also have rooms to accommodate larger families.
Our facility is ADA-compliant. There is a ramp to get into our building, an elevator between floors and some rooms include barrier-free showers and barrier-free sleeping areas. We are committed to serving individuals with varying abilities and strive to make additional accommodations as needed.
If you are experiencing safety concerns in your relationship, contact our 24/7 hotline, web or text chat, or come to our office during business hours for an assessment to determine if Safe Haven’s shelter or other housing support will be the best option for you.
In response to our community’s needs, Safe Haven is expanding our services to provide transitional housing through a collaborative partnership model with flexible rental assistance for individuals and families. This flexible rental assistance model is designed to help survivors rebuild credit and empower housing stability.
Every survivor engaged in Safe Transitions will have access to our comprehensive case management, including safety planning, support groups for adults and children, legal advocacy, and connections to community resources.