SafeHaven offers educational, social, and vocational services and opportunities to adults in need of mental health support in a safe, non-judgmental environment.
633 N. Wayne Street
Piqua, Ohio 45356
PHONE: (937) 615-0126
(937) 548-7233 (Greenville Site)
(937) 658-6930 (Sidney Site)
FAX: (937) 778-8526
SERVICE AREA: Darke, Miami, and Shelby Counties
Transportation is available in ALL 3 counties
MEMBER HOURS: Monday through Friday 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Tuesdays
OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SafeHaven offers educational, social, and vocational services and opportunities to adults in need of mental health support in a safe, non-judgmental environment. SafeHaven is free and open to any adult with a mental health diagnosis OR any adult that believes they need mental health wellness. SafeHaven offers free transportation to our locations and back home, a free meal, and a structured day of classes, support groups, fun and therapeutic activities. All participation during the day is voluntary, while staff provides daily encouragement. SafeHaven strives to provide hope, coping and life skills, tools, and resources for those with depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, PTSD, OCD, and any other mental health struggle to recover and improve life. Those who receive services are called members and are considered a part of the SafeHaven family in a caring environment. SafeHaven employs a number of individuals who themselves have experienced mental illness and serve as peer examples that recovery is real and lead in their ongoing process.
SafeHaven also offers field trips to fairs, festivals, concerts, sporting events, movies, picnics, museums, shopping, and more. Events are hosted as well such as holiday celebrations, karaoke, games, and dances. A Representative Payeeship program is available through SafeHaven as well.
In the evenings, SafeHaven offers the HOPE-Line, a warmline for individuals to discuss problems, learn coping skills, gain encouragement, learn community resources, and/or just to have someone to talk to.
The HOPE-Line number is toll-free at 1-855-276-HOPE (4673) or 937-451-3232.
ELIGIBILITY: Must be an adult (18 and over) in need of mental health support.
DOCUMENTS NEEDED: Proof of Age
RESTRICTIONS: Must be adult in need of mental health support.
HOW TO USE: Call, walk in anytime, or be referred. Membership is easy and paperwork is minimal.
FEE POLICY: Membership and all services are FREE.