Transitional Housing for Victims of Domestic Violence. SafeHaven operates the only domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County.
SafeHaven operates two emergency shelters that have a 164 bed capacity and provides 24-hour care to families fleeing life-threatening situations. The shelters provide living quarters, meals, clothing, transportation, counseling, children’s recreational and therapeutic activities, medical and dental care, and case management at no cost to the client.
Outreach services include: 24-hour bi-lingual crisis line; counseling and support groups for adults and children (English and Spanish); legal services; collaborative programs with 17 police departments in suburban areas; transitional housing for families exiting the shelter seeking self-sufficiency; and educational programs to adults, children, youth and professionals on prevention and intervention regarding abusive relationships.
Mission Statement: SafeHaven exists to end domestic violence through safety, support, prevention and social change.