At Safehaven we realize that DETOX, for many people, is not enough to establish a firm foothold towards recovery. Our homes provide the "FIRM GROUND" you need to stand. Our Programs range from 6 to 24 months and subsequently offer tranistional housing assistance designed to help you move forward with your recovery and your life!
At Safehaven we concentrate on helping you help yourself break free from addiction. Our sober living homes can provide you with a "Safe" environment for your next step after DETOX/ Rehab.
We work in conjunction with
many organizations and providers to help you rebuild your life. Services may include:
We are happy to annouce our new affliation with Devaraj Behavioral Healthcare!
We are now offering Smaller Transitional Sober Homes for people who have completed a Sober Home Program. House range from 2-4 Residents.
"I personally went thru the program a couple years ago and Safehaven has grown into one of the nicesest Sober Homes for men & woman in Charleston, WV. I also now work there as the Assistant Director & Resident Manager taking care of the residents and their needs. I never would of believed I would have this job! My boss has given me the tools and knowledge to make a success of these homes. I love my job and work hard daily and that is what makes me so happy today. Thank You Safehaven!"
SafeHaven can be the perfect place to move to after completing REHAB. Our Homes can provide the extra level of structure that can help insure you move forward.
Welcome Samantha Roberts to Safehaven as a new Resident Assistant. She has moved into our program as she continues to build her sobriety. She has hit the ground running and obtained employment while working on her sobriety. She loves Safehaven.
Julie Sparrow is the newest Resident Assistant at Safehaven. Her story of recovery is an inspiration to anyone who hears it. We are proud that she is doing so well with her recovery and boy does she love her NA Meetings! "Safehaven has become my family!"
Congratulations to Renee Bradley who has completed her First 6 Months with Safehaven Renee has worked hard to reach this initial goal and now she has her eyes on the next year and moving forward with her recovery. She states that "She Loves Safehaven!"
Welcome to our Branch House Resident Assistant! Joseph Sperry is enthusiastic about working, his recovery and helping others in the program. He is always there when someone needs a hand. He is grateful for the opportunity Safehaven has given to him. "This is my Safehaven"
At Safehaven we work hard to insure that houses are comfortable, clean and within reasonable distances from Grocery Stores, Pharmacies, and Bus Lines. Our Houses are kept so that you, or your loved one, can feel a since of security while staying with us.
Large rooms for meeting and comfortable common areas are important to help facilitate a recovery environment. These areas are available for family/friends to visit residents.
WHY DO I WANT TO BE AT SAFEHAVEN?
(A letter from one of our residents)
I have spent much of my life just existing. Besides the 4 years of sobriety I have always been in addiction so my lifestyle has been everything but stable. Safehaven to me represents a new life free from the bondage of addiction. It offers structure and support but above all it means family and stability. This is what I have been searching for my whole life. It means a like minded family that understands my disease. It's my last chance at getting it right. In just the few weeks I have been here it's become home. A place I can go that I know is safe with people I can tell exactly what's going on and not be judged. When things go crazy in my world I have people who care about me and want to see me sober and to succeed in life.
They have shown me grace and mercy. They have loved me when I have been unlovable. For the first time ever someone was able to see the "real" me. To my amazement they love me anyway. I want to be at Safehaven because it's my family. It's Home. It represents everything that I have been desperately seeking with the drugs and alcohol. It means peace and serenity. It's my last chance at becoming a productive member of society. It's HOME! It's FAMILY. It's my SANCTUARY!! It's the start of a new chapter in my life where I am no longer a burden but a BEACON of Hope for others just like myself. It's MY SAFEHAVEN!
Reasons I Want to Stay AT Safehaven
I want to stay with SAFEHAVEN because I need structure. I need to be taught and guided in the right direction. I need to get a job so I can get my own place and get my kids. I want to be able to set a good examples for my boys. I need to be held accountable for things I do wrong. I've been in active addiction including Suboxone since I was twelve years old.
This programs helps you to be able to make good decisions that I need in my life. I want to be able to guide my boys in the right direction. I have to be the best I can so they can grow from me and be able to do the same for their kids.
I stayed clean for 5 years on Suboxone . I know I can and just need to get my feet on the ground, There are so many things I want from this program.
My hygiene has gotten way better since being here. Chores get you used to keeping a clean house. These are a few things Safehaven Offers me. Leaning how to save money, pay bills and keep a job are just a few of these.
I need this programs so I can learn to become a productive member of society. I have to learn how to live the right way and with Safehaven I think I can!
If you are ready to start living a healthy lifestyle, message me to get started! Everyone has a unique situation, and We'll strive to accommodate yours.