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Safe Haven Outreach Ministry

Transitional Housing
Washington, DC
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1140 N Capitol St NW
Washington, DC - 20002

(202) 589-1505 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. ebeard@safehavenoutreachministry.org Website Go to Facebook

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About Safe Haven Outreach Ministry

Last-Modified: 2019-11-19 11:10:35

Safe Haven offers structured, supervised drug-related transitional housing for persons just completing substance abuse treatment. This includes the homeless, ex-offenders, and those recently released from incarceration. They also provide supportive transitional housing for persons who have 28-60 days abstinence and supportive long-term independent group or independent apartment living and permanent housing.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: SHOM's mission is to improve the quality and longevity of life of its' single, dual or multiple diagnosed program participants. This is successfully accomplished by provision of "non-stop" comprehensive, holistic service delivery. Continuity of care modalities include outreach and prevention, emergency crisis intervention, referral and/or intake into Safe Haven's residential substance use treatment, drug-related transition, non drug related transition, outpatient aftercare services inclusive of bio-psycho-social assessment, primary medical, mental health, case management, risk reduction/education, literacy and housing placement services.

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Anonymous - Sep 5, 2019

I am interested in finding housing in your transitional house, for a temporary time. I am released from incarceration October 22. I have no drug charges or drug problems, nor alcohol related problems.

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  1. I have 6 months clean from a cocaine and crack addiction. I am homeless living in Blair House NE and I just was awarded my SSI Disability. I am looking forward to moving into a more independent structured and supportive housing environment posted April 3, 2020
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