The Haven’s goal is to empower those affected by the disease of addiction and help them overcome difficulties so they can begin to live a healthy life free of substance use. The Haven offers treatment of the highest caliber for those suffering from substance use and mental health disorders so they can begin to eliminate fear, hopelessness, and shame.
Individuals struggling with substance use disorders frequently have a history of underlying and/or untreated mental health disorders. The Haven’s goal is
to address problems related to substance use and mental health disorders at the same time.
We offer residential treatment services, as well as safe and supportive transitional housing in The
Haven’s Sober Living Program. We provide services for veterans, individuals with little to no
income, justice involved, and who are homeless or have unstable and unsupportive housing.
Our success is not defined by a number, but rather by the quality of life that our programs and services can help our clients achieve.
Our main goal is to improve our community by teaching the foundations of recovery to reduce recidivism, homelessness and reunify families.
Relationships are the defining feature of being human. We teach our clients how to nurture relationships that contribute to their success.
Recovery is all about wellness and self-care. At Haven, we introduce our clients to new ways to improve their overall health.
We accept the following insurance companies.
I learned to be an honest man, and I found my core issues in life...
I am 35 years old and my sobriety date is January 3, 2013. When I went into the Haven, I had no future, I was lost and I had no sense of direction in my life. Living in the Haven I was introduced to AA, I learned to be an honest man, and I found my core issues in life.
I have regained respect, honor, and a sense of self again...
I made the hard decision to step away from a two month relapse that had left me depressed homeless and broken. By checking myself into the VOA I was given the opportunity to go to the haven. I knew nothing of the program I was about to enter, but right away I felt at home.
I was given the opportunity to go through The Haven in Sept. 2015 and the program has saved my life. This place truly is a safe Haven for anyone who struggles with addiction.
Where do I even begin? The end of 2013 I found myself walking into another treatment program hopeless. I had yet another overdose under my belt and my children were without their mother again. I had no idea what to expect when I walked into those doors. All I knew was I needed my life back.
I graduated the Haven a year ago it saved my life. I went in there lost and broken. They helped me become the woman I am today I can look in the mirror and am finally happy with who I see. The staff is amazing I watch them go above and beyond for people I am lucky to be one of those people. I know I will always have a family at the Haven. It truly has that special magic.
The Haven was the catalyst for me to gain a second chance at life...
Before entering the Haven my life was in a spiral of despair, loneliness, and a collection of negative consequences. Living this way day and day was the only life I knew. I was walking the earth without a soul and I believed that this was the way my life would be forever. Knowing that and accepting it, I welcomed death.
The Haven has given me the opportunity to change...
The haven has tremendously changed my life I went from looking in the mirror and hating the person looking back at me to having a wonderful and successful life without drugs and alcohol I was afraid that I wouldn't know how to live clean and sober but the Haven has given me the opportunity to change.
The Haven provides award-winning programs and services.
The Haven will not discriminate or base the decision to provide services to any client based on:
The individual's race, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
The inability to pay.
Because the payment for those services would be made under Medicaid or other state or federally funded programs.
Because the client is uninsured or underinsured.