Safe Haven

The Safe Haven program provides immediate emergency shelter to individuals with severe mental disabilities and chronic drug abuse issues.  There are 3, 2 bed units for a total of 6 beds dedicated to this program. This form of support serves hard to reach homeless persons who are on the street and have been unable or unwilling to participate in housing or supportive services.


Safe Havens serve as a portal of entry providing basic needs such as food, showers and clothing as well as a safe and decent residential alternative for homeless people with severe mental illness who need time to adjust to life off the streets and to develop a willingness and trust to accept services in order to transition to permanent housing.

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