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Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB)

Haven Hills supports ALL survivors of domestic violence. We work tirelessly at the individual level to empower personal growth, healing, and independence that will level the playing field for those we serve. We forge community partnerships that work to overcome the belief systems that allow social inequities to exist. Our commitment to DEIB is ALL IN!

We care for ALL.

We lift up our community by dismantling racial, health, and economic inequities that are at the core of domestic violence (DV). We value ALL DV survivors, the staff that support them, and our community. We are committed to delivering services that are inclusive of ALL DV survivors regardless of national origin, immigration status, ethnicity, gender-identity, sexual orientation, age, language, religion, income level, or abilities.

We welcome ALL.

We recognize that a personalized approach is essential to supporting the unique needs of ALL the people we serve. We further recognize that to build a more equitable society it is essential to provide survivors with the support and means (“the tools”) to access economic resources, shelter, environmental sustainability, personal and professional growth, emotional and physical selfcare, and personal development.

We listen to ALL.

We know that diverse conversations bring more meaningful, impactful outcomes. We value a variety of partnerships. We seek out divergent viewpoints and work alongside different partners to redress domestic violence and inequitable distribution of power in our community.

We value ALL.

We partner with ALL to create environments where DV survivors experience safety, belonging, and support. We believe that diversity makes us stronger. We work towards inclusion in all that we do, in how we evaluate our impact, and in how we recruit and retain talent throughout our organization. We vow to continue critical conversations and evaluations that encourage our board, personnel, committees, and partnerships to reflect, learn, and evolve to best serve all survivors and our community.

We invite ALL.

We invite you to continue to help us build a better community where oppression and violence in any form are not tolerated.