Today, we have the opportunity to be a part of Vermont’s FIRST EVER day of giving. It’s our chance to unite and make a powerful statement about the causes we believe in.
When they are not busy managing programs and services that take place on our campus in White River Junction, leaders at the Haven are active in policy work and advocacy at the state and national level, striving to improve the lives of those in poverty.
A new pilot program begins tonight at the Haven! In partnership with Dartmouth-Hitchcock, the Haven is hosting a free six-week workshop that will teach participants about self-management of chronic physical and mental health conditions like heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, depression, asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema.
Sara Kobylenski, Executive Director of the Haven, joined other homeless service providers and domestic violence advocates to speak about the latest trends and recommended solutions at a joint hearing held by the House Committees on Housing, General and Military Affairs and Human Services.
The theme for 2016 is “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right,” which encourages everyone to take time to enjoy food traditions and appreciate the pleasures, great flavors and social experiences food can add to our lives.
Upper Valley Haven Invites All Norwich Residents & “19 Days” Participants to join us on Wednesday, February 25 from 4:30 — 6:30 pm (remarks at 5:30) at Marion Cross School Multi-Purpose Room.