No matter what your experience, you are not alone.
If you think you may have experienced abuse, our trained advocates are here to help. Whether you call or stop by, there is someone who can offer support as you assess your situation and plan your next steps.
Did you know?
- In 2014, we served over 325 victims of violence.
- We provide advocacy to people of all genders, not just women.
- Advocacy is available even if you’re not in shelter.
Haven House offers a full range of advocacy services. We strive to provide a healing environment that is modeled in the values of compassion, dignity, and respect. Our shelter and advocacy are based in an empowerment model, in which our clients guide the services they receive.
If you are dealing with a domestic violence or sexual assault crisis, we are here. Advocates are ready to respond at all times of the day or night. We can help you assess your situation, understand your options, connect to essential resources, or just be with you when you need to see a friendly face.
Reach an advocate by calling our 24-hour Help Line: (907) 235-8943.
In the event of an emergency, please dial 911.
A plan that fits your needs
You are the only one who truly understands your situation and how to keep yourself safe. We can help you identify patterns, assess your options, and make a plan based on what you want to do.
Court processes can be frustrating and confusing, but you don't have to face them alone. Whether you need to file a protective order or to have an ally by your side in the courtroom, advocates can help. And when we don't know the answers, we can help connect you with people who do.
Haven House advocates are not lawyers and cannot offer legal advice.
Advocacy is available to people of all genders and is not limited to shelter residents. Please contact us to find out how we can help you.