As a fundamental component of recovery from the effects of domestic violence, licensed counselors and social workers provide a safe place to discuss previous instances of domestic violence or issues with a current violent relationship, at no cost to the survivors. Resource centers in Arlington and Fort Worth are available for individual and group therapy for victims as well as play therapy for children affected by domestic violence.
Freedom from domestic violence is not a single step process. With the confusion of fleeing a violent relationship, the SafeHaven Crisis and Outreach team is staffed with counselors to help connect survivors with SafeHaven services and other resources based on their needs.
SafeHaven has two emergency shelters, one in Arlington and one in Fort Worth with 164 bed capacities a night for families fleeing violent relationships.
SafeHaven provides two, holistic emergency shelters, located in Arlington and Fort Worth, https://www.safehaventc.org/wp-admin/with a total capacity for 164 per night. Survivors receive comprehensive 24-hour care ranging from basic needs, transportation, counseling, support groups, legal support, childcare, case management and much more. At SafeHaven, we hope to make the best out of the worst experience for our clients.
If you or someone you know needs help, please contact our 24-hour hotline at 1-877-701-SAFE (7233). We are here to help.