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The Haven Shelter & Services, Inc. is committed to preventing and eliminating all types of domestic violence and sexual violence within our service area, which includes Westmoreland, Richmond, Essex, Lancaster and Northumberland Counties.

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)/Domestic Violence (DV)

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) or Domestic Violence (DV) is a pattern of abusive behaviors used by one individual to exert power and control over another individual in the context of an intimate or family relationship.

Sexual Violence (SV)

Sexual Violence (SV) are acts of a sexual nature which is non-consensual and is accomplished through threat, coercion, exploitation, deceit, force, physical or mental incapacitation, and/or power of authority.

Our Services

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Child &

Family Services

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 Support Groups

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Education &


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Advocacy &


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If you need help, call us at 1-800-22HAVEN(42836).

August 2023
Shelter Statistics

10 Adults 
17 children
stayed in our emergency shelter for a a total of
358  nights.

Hearts & Crafts with The Haven

Top Items Needed

$25 Walmart/Food Lion Gift Cards

$25/$50 VISA Gift Cards

Toilet Paper

Paper Towels 

Baby Wipes

Liquid Laundry Detergent

No person deserves to be abused.

Everyone deserves healthy relationships.

“The ‘ALL Are Welcome Here’ image was created by the Pennsylvania Cross-Systems Advocacy Coalition, supported by Grant No. 2007-FW-AX-K009, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations included in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women."  Visit the NRCDV Access Initiative page for more information.

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