We provide a faith-based, safe, family atmosphere in a nurturing environment of guidance and support.
Haven House believes alcoholics and addicts should be treated with unconditional positive regard. The individual in need of healing requires close attention be paid to the physical, mental, spiritual, and social areas of their lives. A unique and individualized plan is designed to provide the right combination of support to help the resident learn to live life happy, joyous, and free. We provide support in a loving, caring and nurturing environment.
The crux of Haven House treatment is its unique ability to look at the whole person to provide an effective and distinctive individualized program. Haven House works with each individual to identify and resolve the unique core issues that underlie presenting problems, as well as address destructive life behaviors.
The Value of Trust: A Story of Hope
“Before who knows what I would have done, Brad says, “My addiction lifestyle always took advantage wherever possible. But now, my heart is in the right place – I wanted to do the right thing.” And that’s exactly what he did. To read the rest of Brad’s story of why he now knows that “Trust is more valuable than $900,” please click here.
A number of drug related street terms are now more numerous than can begin to be recorded or described. There is also nothing static about the slang for street drugs. It changes faster than fashion and prides itself on staying ahead of those who would crack the code.
Help for Veterans: The Men of Valor Program
The Men of Valor program will function in tandem with the faith-based recovery program already in place at Haven House, while focusing on the specialized needs of veterans, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and aid navigating the VA. Please click the Men of Valor logo to the right for further information.
JEANS: A Back-to-School Ministry
Haven House Mission and the Walton County School System have teamed up to provide back-to school clothing for South Walton area school children (K-12) in need. This is an under-met need in South Walton. To make a donation please click on the JEANS icon to the right and indicate JEANS Project on the donation page.
Approximately 150 kids will not have adequate school clothes when they show up for classes. The Haven House Thrift Stop at 3384 US Hwy 98 in Santa Rosa Beach will be the distribution center to help families that have been pre-approved by the South Walton Schools in our area. You can help by donating new or gently used children’s clothing, volunteering, referring a family in need, or making a financial contribution (average cost is $28.50 per child).