6114 Francis Ave, Cleveland, OH 44127 cindy.thehaven@gmail.com 216.403.1702

Welcome to 

The Haven Home

 

The Haven Home was established in 2017 to serve homeless women and children in Greater Cleveland. Once a convent, then a remote site for Family Promise of Greater Cleveland, and now an emergency overflow shelter operating in a collaborate effort with FrontLine Services and Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries.

The Haven Home is a Christ-centered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Although now a separate entity, Elizabeth Baptist Church remains as key ministry partner.  We are supported through the many donations of individuals, churches and civic groups.

NEED SHELTER?
FAQs

How do I access Shelter services?

Cuyahoga County utilizes a Coordinated Intake process located at the Bishop Cosgrove Building at 1736 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH. Coordinated Intake explores alternatives to shelter and shelter placement.

Families in need of emergency shelter should report to Coordinated Intake. After 8pm, families can call 211 which will review options with them and report to Coordinated Intake the next day.

How can I get to the shelter from downtown?

Transportation to and from the Haven Home is provided by Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries. You will receive instructions regarding the pickup times during intake.

How long will I be at the shelter?

The Family Overflow Shelter exists to provide temporary emergency shelter until a bed opens up at a family shelter. The length of time at The Haven Home is dependent upon many factors, including the number of families in shelter, housing availability and placements.

What services are provided at the shelter?

Case management for families in overflow is provided by Frontline Services. Within two weeks of admission, a case manager will contact you to help you obtain needed services. If eligible, you will be referred to EDEN for housing assistance.

SEE US IN THE NEWS

"How low wages and high rent led a working mother and her daughters to homelessness"

Leila Atassi, cleveland.com

"An evening at Cuyahoga County’s overflow shelter for homeless families opened my eyes to Cleveland’s quiet crisis"

Leila Atassi, cleveland.com

"Cuyahoga Co. opens emergency overflow site so homeless families don't have to sleep on floor mats"

Katie Ussin, News 5 Cleveland

"A Safe Haven for Homeless Women and Children"

Lori Pawlowski, Wish Cleveland

Contact Us
+1 216 403 1702