Supporting Sobriety through Transitional Housing

Get Involved

Volunteer!  Mentor!  Donate!  Sponsor!

We need people with all skill sets & walks of life to give a ‘hand up’ to those seeking a better life.  

Volunteer hours served in 2019.

Women housed

How Can You Help

Sponsor a bed

With your help, Safe Haven provides a safe and sober-living environment for those who seek transitional housing while learning life skills and maintaining sobriety.

Volunteer

We need people with all skill sets and walks of life.  There are many opportunities to give back.  

Donate

Thank you for all you can give.  All donations are Tax-Deductible.  

Advocate

Support those who Support our cause.  Take a look at what’s going on in our Communities.  Come and Join Us!

Our Mission

To provide a safe and sober living environment for individuals who require transitional housing. 

Our Vision

Our vision is an involved, compassionate community. Embracing all persons in need of a safe, sober-living choice, while turning their lives around and preventing relapse.

Are You Seeking Sobriety?

Are you looking for Sobriety but don’t know where to start?  Contact us today.  We are here to help.

Make A Real Change In Someone’s Life

We believe that changing the addiction cycle, helps change society as a whole.  By treating the ’cause’ rather than the ‘symptom’ we can make a difference in the Lives of Families, Communities, and thus, Local Ecomonmies.

WHAT’S NEW?!

Check out these local Groups & Events that support our cause.  Educate and Advocate!

KVAL NEWS RELEASE:

Transitional home for women in Cottage Grove opens in Safe Haven

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – The first transitional home for women recovering from alcoholism has opened its doors in Cottage Grove.

Do no harm: New substance program at work in Cottage Grove

“South Lane Mental Health made the decision two years ago to expand treatment to include substance use treatment…We wanted to treat substance use in the context of mental health.” 

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‘Safe Haven’ offers second chance

A project nearly four years in the making, the building will be able to house up to five women and a house manager, providing a transitional step for women who have overcome drug or alcohol addiction through recovery programs but still need help restarting their lives.

Thank You to Our Contributors & Sponsors

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