At Safe Haven we want you to feel comfortable and secure.
"Safe Haven kept me from harm and gave me hope."
"I was so scared and hopeless. I'm so glad I asked for help."
Safe Haven has 21 beds, a full couch and kitchen area, entertainment, toiletries, and food.
Safe Haven crisis workers are in the shelter 24/7 to answer calls, provide emotional support, resources, and anything else you might need.
We have a full security and surveillance system to keep our residents safe and comfortable. Resident's identities are protected, and no information is given out to anybody without permission.
When you come to stay
First contact is usually made by phone by calling Safe Haven's 24-Hour Crisis Line and speaking with a Crisis Intervention Worker.
Crisis Line: (403) 223-0483
They will let you know if there is space for you and your children if you'll be bringing any with you. They will also arrange transportation to the shelter if you don't have your own way.
When you arrive, Shelter staff will meet you at the door and then go through an intake process with you. There will be intake paper work to complete, a tour, an introduction to the Shelter and our Guidelines for Communal Living.