A Safe Haven Foundation maintains a transitional housing facility with the capacity of 406 beds for 210 men, 69 women, and 127 children.
Single men and women share same-sex rooms, while families are provided with their own rooms.
Residents have access to meals, healthcare, laundry facilities, and a computer lab.
The Transitional Housing program provides case management services, housing, and meals—assisting clients in achieving self-sufficiency. Generally, it takes less than four months to provide services to the residents, assess individuals’ needs and connect them with viable housing. However, this length may vary depending on an individual’s progress and needs.
Type: non profit