Haven House is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that offers support, resources and shelter to victims and survivors of domestic violence. We also provide community education and prevention programs.
These organizations work with Haven House to provide resources that support the organization and the people we serve.
Clear’s Silat is a street-practical self-defense system developed over the past 30+ years by Sigung Richard Clear and based on his extensive studies, knowledge, and skills in the indigenous arts of Indonesia, China, Tibet, Russia and other cultures.
The arts in this system ( Silat, Pentjak Silat, Kun Tao Silat, Kung Fu, and Systema) are taught for their combative focus and their effectiveness against multiple attackers armed with weapons.
Despite this lofty focus, our average silat student can fight proficiently after 6 months to a year of training and continue to gain knowledge and better themselves and their skills.
Clear’s does a self defense class every two months open to the community. There is a $20.00 charge or $10 with a student id. All the proceeds go to Haven House.
More information is available at clearsilat.com.
AutoPro helps maintain Haven House clients' vehicles.They are an independently owned and operated, AAA approved automotive service center. Our auto service facility operates with the most modern, up-to-date analysis equipment. Our ASE certified technicians specialize in electronic diagnostic repair along with complete brake, exhaust, steering, suspension, and drivability repairs.
Our philosophy is "The Customer is Number 1". We have a professional, helpful staff and the products that you need to keep your vehicle safe and performing at its peak.
More information is available at autoprotn.com.
New Hope trains staff and volunteers who work with children in schools, at the shelter, and in outreach programs regarding mandated reporting of child abuse. Programs cover topics such as recognizing warning signs, properly taking disclosures, and how to report suspect child abuse.
More information is available at blountkids.org.
McAlister's Delis provide snacks to support groups monthly.
465 Marilyn Lane
"Horses healing human hearts"
Mane Support offers prevention programs and support groups. They are an equine-assisted grief counseling program especially designed to address the needs of those who have experienced a death, who are anticipating the death of someone they know, or who have experienced other types of trauma. Together with Haven House, the prevention program instructors and the Mane Support Staff use the horses to discuss healthy relationships and find out more about ourselves as individuals. The therapists who facilitate support groups work with Mane Support staff and the horses to help process the trauma related to domestic violence.
More information is available at manesupport.org.