LGBTQ Support

Haven House is an LGBTQ ally. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or gender expression.  We work with a diverse group of youth in all of our programs, strive to meet every youth where they are at, and assist in any way that we can.

For youth experiencing homelessness and/or a crisis, our programs and services include:

  • Crisis Line – Youth under the age of 24 who are experiencing homelessness can access crisis counseling by calling our 24/7 crisis line at our Wrenn House shelter at 919-832-7866.
  • Wrenn House – The only homeless, runaway, and crisis intervention program and shelter for youth ages 10-17 in the Triangle.
  • Street Outreach Program – Provides homeless and street dependent youth ages 16-24 with food, hygiene kits, skill-building courses, case management, and referrals to needed services. We are the designated “point of entry” agency in the community to assist youth under the age of 24 experiencing homelessness.
  • Safe Place – Haven House coordinates Wake County’s many Safe Place sites, which provides access to immediate help and safety for youth up to age 17 who are in crisis. Safe Place is a national network of thousands of businesses and other public locations across the country that extends the doors of local youth serving agencies by displaying Safe Place’s recognizable yellow and black diamond-shaped logo.