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    Haven House

    About Us

    Who We Are

    Haven House is a shelter for women who are suffering from domestic violence or abuse.  Learn More...
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    Domestic Violence

    Learn What It Is

    What is Domestic Violence?

    Domestic violence occurs when a person in an intimate relationship tries to control the other person.  Learn More...
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    Know the Signs

    Be Aware of the Signs

    What are the Signs of Domestic Violence?

    There are many signs of an abusive relationship. Learn More...

    Types of Abuse

     Forms of Abuse

    What Are the Types of Abuse?

    Abuse can be physical, emotional, and verbal.  Learn More...
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    The Cycle of Abuse

    What is the Cycle

    Domestic Abuse Follows a Pattern

    Domestic abuse falls into a common pattern, or cycle of violence. Learn More...

    Speak Up

    Save A Life

    What to Do

    If you suspect that someone you know is being abused, speak up! Learn More...
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    Abusive Behavior is A Choice

    Doing Right or Wrong

    The Behavior of the Abuser

    Despite what many people believe, domestic violence and abuse is not due to the abuser’s loss of control over his or her behavior. Learn More...
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    The Warning Signs

    Tell Tale Signs of an Abusive Relationship

    What are the Warning Signs

    It's impossible to know with certainty what goes on behind closed doors, but there are some telltale signs and symptoms of emotional abuse and domestic violence.. Learn More...
Haven House is dedicated to bringing hope and new beginnings to victims of domestic violence and their children. We want to make a difference and show people it is never too late to break they cycle of abuse and get your life back!
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Providing a Safe Haven to Our Residents

“Thanks to Haven House for being a safe refuge and a “haven” for our residents throughout the year. You are true angels to the broken hearted.” // Anonymous
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Hard Working and Dedicated Staff Members

“Thank you to The Haven House Board of Directors and Staff for your hard work and dedication this year.” // Anonymous

Short Term Help


Short Term Measures

Short-term measures consist of assistance programs that protect the individual woman who has been abused. It focuses on the critical period after a woman leaves her home, providing her with food, shelter, and guidance. This is the period when a woman is most at-risk to returning to her abusive partner.

Long Term Help

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Long Term Measures

Long-term measures seek to educate the public on the signs of domestic violence. It also focuses on informing people how and when to seek help. It  empowers the victim to re-establish her life without violence through crisis intervention and emotional support groups.



Safety Plan

If you are in an abusive relationship, it is important to have a safety plan. If an argument occurs, think of a safe place to go. Try to avoid rooms with no windows or weapons. Have a list of people to contact and keep change on you at all times. Also have a code word to use with family or friends in case an emergency arises.

Protecting Your Identity


Protect Your Identity

Your abuser may use your personal information to control you. In order to protect your identity it may be necessary to relocate, change your phone number, enroll in the address confidentiality program, receive mail through a P.O. Box, protect your social security number, check credit report often, and never give out personal information over the phone or internet unless you know the person.

Important Documentation


Important Documents

If you leave the relationship or are thinking of leaving, you should take important papers and documents with you to enable you to apply for benefits or take legal action. Important documents include your social security card, birth certificates, tax returns, bank statements, insurance policies, etc.


If you or someone you know is suffering from an abusive relationship please get help. If you have any questions, please fill out our contact form or call us at (601) 638-0555 . We are concerned about each and every person struggling in an abusive situation. Let us be your safe haven and help you and your family get on the road to recovery.


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