The Haven’s mission, to create homes free from abuse, began at its inception in 1977. Since that time, the Haven has assisted thousands of courageous survivors and their children in creating safe homes. Tri-Valley Haven welcomes all survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness and poverty, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, religion, class, creed or disability. TVH provides a broad range of safety net services to survivors including shelter, food, counseling and case management. The Haven works to remove barriers that prevent survivors from obtaining equal access to services. The Haven’s offices and shelters are ADA compliant and we have multilingual staff. If a survivor speaks a language that is not spoken by any staff, the Haven will use the Alameda County Language Line to communicate with and serve the survivor.