Without A Safe Haven, I would be homeless and I would not have been reunited with my children. A lot of people would still suffer from substance abuse without A Safe Haven to go to. I would say to the donor bless you, and I would ask you to keep donating to A Safe Haven so we can continue to help people change people. It really is a life-changing experience at A Safe Haven; I know it has been for me and thousands of others. If you are going to donate, A Safe Haven is the perfect place because you will help people like me to get on their feet and succeed.
Someone told me to try something new, that was when I decided to go to A Safe Haven, and that was the best decision of my life. In one month, I had gotten a job, got my kids and I got my apartment. I was overwhelmed but it was awesome!
I completed the customer service (job training) program through A Safe Haven, working in the phone bank. Now I pay my own rent and I am self-sufficient. It is the best feeling in the whole world. For the first time in my life, I am excited about what the future holds.
The name alone, A Safe Haven, is welcoming and comforting, but it far exceeded my expectations on what they actually have to offer here. I feel grateful and blessed to be here. I have enrolled in GED. I am learning and getting it and this makes me want to keep going!
A Safe Haven engaged me immediately. What are your needs? How can I help? I don’t know how you can inspire the hopeless and the homeless. But A Safe Haven has found a way to create that in someone when it’s just not there.
Staying here at A Safe Haven, it gives me hope. They do everything the can and exhaust all their resources so that you can become successful. So that you won’t have to say, ‘I’m homeless’ again.
When I arrived as A Safe Haven and they told me I could stay for two months, that took a big burden off me. Knowing that I could work on me for two months was a blessing to me.