During the COVID-19 pandemic Youth Haven remains open, a lifeline of support with 73 beds available for abused, abandoned, and homeless children and teens. The unexpected need to increase staff and purchase additional food and other necessities has put a strain our budget; however, we’re committed to doing whatever is necessary to provide the same level of exemplary care to those that depend on us for HOME, HOPE & HEALING. If you would like to support our efforts during this time, it would be so appreciated.
OFFERING A SAFE HARBOR FOR TRAUMATIZED, ABUSED, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN AND TEENS.
- Fiscal Responsibility
- COA Nationally Accredited
- United Way of Collier County Member
- Naples Children & Education Foundation Grant Recipient