Public-private partnership to spur Opportunity Zone investment
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has largely been measured in infection rates and the number of lives lost as a direct result of contracting Covid-19. The daily tracking and reporting of these numbers have been a grim reminder of how fragile life can be. The pandemic also exposed how fragile the economic and health disparities are […] Continue...
The 2022 Chicago Auto Show – Help Drive Out Hunger & Homelessness in Chicagoland With Their HUGE Canned FOOD DRIVE!
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:  Neli Vazquez Rowland, President  Media@ASafeHaven.org | 773.435.8355  Chicago, IL, February 14, 2022 – A Safe Haven Foundation is proud once again to be the exclusive beneficiary of the 2022 Chicago Auto Show and the Chicago‘s Largest Canned Food Drive taking place February 16-18, Continue...
A labor shortage creates an opportunity to help the homeless
Illinois politicians should engage those leading the fight against homelessness and also engage small-business advocates to explore how to prepare homeless individuals for a return to the workforce. ​​​​​​​   NELI VAZQUEZ ROWLAND ELLIOT RICHARDSON Many Americans were already living paycheck to paycheck before March 2020. Continue...
January is Move In Month At the Rauner Family Veteran Studios by A Safe Haven Foundation in Chicago
  (Chicago, Illinois) January 14, 2022 – A Safe Haven Foundation (ASH), an internationally acclaimed and fully integrated Chicago-based 501(c)3 nonprofit designed to prevent and end homelessness, is now moving in formerly homeless military veterans in their newest A Safe Haven Veteran Housing 90-unit project named Rauner Family Continue...
A Safe Haven is Proud to Announce the New Rauner Family Veteran Apartments in Hobart Indiana has Achieved 100% Occupancy
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Neli Vazquez Rowland Media@ASafeHaven.org (Chicago, Illinois) January 6, 2022 - A Safe Haven Foundation (ASH), an internationally acclaimed top Chicago-based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness, achieved 100% occupancy at the Rauner Family Veterans Apartments by A Safe Continue...
America’s Surging Homeless and Opioid Epidemics Made Worse By The Pandemic
By Neli Vazquez-Rowland* Our Human Infrastructure is Broken Too, We Must Seize the Opportunity to Fix That Now Even before the pandemic, the growing opioid and the homeless epidemics were becoming visible to all of us living in major cities across America. While you may now think it is normal to see homeless people and […]
Chicago Institute of Medicine Bestows 2021 Humanitarian Global Health Award to Neli Vazquez Rowland, President & Co-Founder of A Safe Haven Foundation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Media Contact Neli Vazquez Rowland, President media@ASafeHaven.org (Chicago, Illinois) December 15, 2021 — The Chicago Institute of Medicine (IOMC) honored Neli Vazquez Rowland, President & Co-founder of A Safe Haven Foundation, (ASHF), an internationally acclaimed top Chicago-based 501©3 nonprofit dedicated to Continue...
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Illinois Housing Committee looks into homelessness across the state
  Provider Neli Vazquez of A Safe Haven said the pandemic gives everyone a chance to learn. (Photo courtesy: WJBC/File) By Dave Dahl SPRINGFIELD – As if there is a good time to be homeless, another pandemic winter is unlikely to help. During a virtual meeting Tuesday of the Illinois House Housing Committee. What Rep. […]

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