Safe Haven is a permanent supportive housing program for women experiencing homelessness with a serious mental illness diagnosis. The program can house up to 10 women at a time.
Residents have private bedrooms in a home-like environment where they receive supportive services to help them build the skills they need to live independently. Safe Haven is staffed 24 hours a day and provides daily medication assistance and weekly case management from a social worker. For residents who are unable to live independently, Safe Haven provides a permanent home.