Wednesday October 13th, 2021

Timeline PhotosOctober is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. HAVEN seeks to eliminate domestic violence and sexual assault across Oakland County and the surrounding communities by empowering survivors through advocacy and social change. The Oakland County Prosecutor's Office regularly works in tandem with HAVEN on a number of its cases. Several assistant prosecutors sit on HAVEN’s High Risk Response Teams, which are multi-discipline task forces addressing and brainstorming ways to improve law enforcement’s response to domestic violence.

If you want information of what resources HAVEN provides, along with other similar organizations, please join us at the Justice Resource Fair on October 16, 2021 from 12-4 pm at Murphy Park in the City of Pontiac. HAVEN, along with OCPO’s Canine Advocacy Program, will be participating in the fair.
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Friday September 24th, 2021

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Wednesday September 22nd, 2021

We are so proud to partner with CARE House of Oakland County !We're excited to announce that after many years of working together, the Canine Advocacy Program (CAP) and the 32 dogs across the state of Michigan are now part of CARE House! Visit to learn more! ... See moreSee less

We are so proud to partner with CARE House of Oakland County !

Wednesday September 22nd, 2021

Thank you to Craig Bush and Melody Bryant, Board Member, for supporting the new Canine Advocacy Program (CAP) at CARE House! Through your kindness and generosity, kids mired in the child welfare system will have the opportunity to alleviate their anxiety through a CARE House canine advocate. We're so grateful to have you as our partner in helping child victims receive comfort during what can be a scary time in their lives.

(Pic. L-R: Melody and Craig, Owners of The Barkshire, and CAP dog, Frieda)
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