A Safe Haven gives people a second chance
BY NIKOLETA MORALES · FEATURED — 14 AUG, 2014
A Puerto-Rican man fights 25 years of heroin addiction
If you are in need of a safe haven, a place where you will feel welcomed, helped and taken care of than you need to know about A Safe Haven Foundation. Founded in 1994 by Neli Vazquez Rowland, this unique organization that serves over 5,000 people per year and has 34 locations throughout the Chicago area, focuses on improving the lives of people with addictions, veterans, women with children, the homeless, etc. The idea to create it sparked from a personal experience.
“Our program is very holistic. We help people from the inside out. People are dying because they are not getting the help they need.”