Let Us Be Your Safe Haven
Haven House understands that it is sometimes difficult to make that first call to ask questions or ask for help. We have trained staff available 24 hours a day to provide information, answer your questions, or to work with you in developing a safety plan. The staff member answering your call will listen to your story and help you with your unique needs. Haven House knows not everyone needs or wants shelter. We can help with court advocacy including obtaining protection orders, provide information about the dynamics and pattern of domestic violence, offer outreach services, offsite counseling, or referrals to other helpful services in the community.
That first step usually involves calling our crisis line. All information is kept confidential and you can choose to remain anonymous in seeking information. Your safety is our number one priority. So please be careful when calling the hotline if an abuser is present. If you are in danger dial 911 first.
You know your situation better than us and together we can work to develop a plan to safely escape an abusive situation. Most significant injuries and deaths occur when a victim is leaving an abuser.
Although calling our crisis line is usually the best way to contact us, circumstances may make that difficult. There is a contact form below on this website. Under “comments”, please give us information about if, and when, it is safe to call or email you. We do not want to cause more harm or escalate a situation by calling when an abuser may be present.
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