Safe Haven is a 20 bed non-traditional residential facility for individuals who have a history of chronic and persistent homelessness and mental illness as defined by HUD.

This program promotes resident stabilization and acquisition of life skills. Working with a Case Manager is central to the program in order to obtain additional resources, such as; mental health care, somatic care, substance abuse treatment, and obtaining ID, entitlements, and health insurance. Participation in HOPE center activities is also encouraged. Ultimately, residents leave Safe Haven for a permanent residence of their own.

Additional information about the application process is available by contacting:

Sharon Fitzgerald, Safe Haven Program Manager