Read The Haven’s COVID-19 Clinical and Operation Guidelines here.
Arizona Daily Star The Haven — a 501(c)(3) nonprofit — has been helping women to recover from the disease of substance dependency since 1970. Read article here
Support The Haven by joining The Haven’s Riders for Recovery in the 38th Annual El Tour de Tucson being held on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. Our Riders for Recovery team rides to support the women and women with children that come to us for help in overcoming substance use disorder. Register on El Tour’s website and be sure to choose The Haven as […]
Haven staff and admin have been hard at work developing an appropriate response from The Haven to ensure the safety and health of our clients and staff at this time during the COVID-19 situation. Please see the LETTER FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR to learn what The Haven is doing during this stressful time.
Tucson police have sent more than 500 people struggling with opioid addiction to treatment rather than jail over the past year, thanks to a grant-funded county program. Read article.
The Haven has begun using Q2i’s Continuing Alumni Support Application (CASA) as a way to continue to motivate and support patients who have completed their residential or outpatient treatment programs. Read full article here.
Survivor knows firsthand the benefits of automatic defribrillators. Manuel Gadea is proof that an automated external defibrillator can not only jump-start your heart, but save your life. Read full article
The Haven recently hosted the screening of two films – “Hooked:Tracking Heroin’s Hold on Arizona” and “Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction” – at The Loft to highlight the growing opioid epidemic in our community. The screening of these films was followed by an open discussion led by a panel of law enforcement personnel, counselors, […]
CVS Pharmacy will limit opioid prescriptions to a seven-day supply for certain conditions, becoming the first national retail chain to restrict how many pain pills doctors can give patients.Click here for more.
The Haven is intrinsically involved in fighting the opioid epidemic. We have very strong women in our community fighting back, and KVOA has interviewed one of these strong women currently at The Haven. Click here to read the full KVOA article and to view the interview with Kaila, a recovering addict at The Haven.