633 N. Wayne St.
Piqua, Ohio 45356


(937) 615-0126 – Miami County Membership and Transportation

(937) 615-9506 – Payee ship

(937) 615-9534 – Administration

(937) 548-7233 – Darke County Site / 322 Fair St., Greenville

(937) 658-6930 – Shelby County Site / 1101 N. Vandemark Rd, Sidney


SERVICE AREA: Darke, Miami, and Shelby Counties


Monday – Friday 11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m./Closed Tuesdays (Miami County Site)

Monday – Friday 11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. /Closed Mondays (Darke County Site)

Monday – Friday 11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. /Closed Wednesday (Shelby County Site)

OFFICE HOURS: Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. @ Miami County Site/Administration Office


1. SafeHaven Peer Support Center

SafeHaven is a peer support center that provides adults in need of mental health support with educational, social, and vocational services and opportunities in a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental environment. SafeHaven is free and open to any adult with a mental health diagnosis OR without a diagnosis, realizing for the first time support is needed.

SafeHaven also serves those with mental illness that are also struggling with addiction.

SafeHaven offers a structured day of evidence-based support groups and educational classes, fun and therapeutic activities, free daily meals, free transportation to SafeHaven and back home, field trips, holiday events, and more. All participation during the day is voluntary, while staff provides daily encouragement. Those who receive services are called members and considered a part of the SafeHaven family as we strive to instill coping and living skills, hope, recovery, and improved lives. SafeHaven employs a number of individuals who themselves have experienced mental illness and serve as peer examples that recovery is real. Members become friends and life-long supporters, helping one another to know that no one is alone.

2. SafeHaven Organizational Payeeship Program

In addition, SafeHaven offers an Organizational Payeeship program: Money Management Assistance for Those with Mental Illness and Addictions

     A.  For eligible individuals, your Social Security (SSI/SSDI) is mailed to us to handle for you.

     B.  We set a budget with you and we pay your housing, utilities, medical bills, etc. with your funds.

     C.  You receive weekly spending checks for food and other necessities, and all of these benefits:

    •  You focus on recovery while we manage your bills and keep track of every cent.
    •  You feel security knowing your rent, utilities, food, and other basic needs are taken care of.
    •  You build stability from our help connecting to and communicating with services, property   owners, etc.
    •  You experience hope, help, and feeling better.

3. SafeHaven HOPE-Line

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.

Caring peer centers for adults (18+) in need of mental health support Structured a day of free support groups, education classes, and fun activities 

Free daily lunch

Safe, non-judgmental home away from home. Members call us family

Free field trips, holiday parties, and special events

Free transportation to and from our services daily

Evening HOPE-Line phone service (937) 451-3232 or 1(855) 276 – Hope (4673)

Payeeship program/Basic needs assistance and stability

Most staff are people in recovery themselves

Walk in, call, or email to strengthen your recovery journey today!

ELIGIBILITY: Adults (18 and up) in need of mental health support


RESTRICTIONS: Must be an adult in need of mental health support

HOW TO USE: Call, walk-in anytime, or be referred. Membership is free and easy.

FEE POLICY: ALL services are FREE.