The Children's Haven

Building Happy, Healthy Children

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HAPPENINGS

MAY IS SUPERVISED VISITATION AWARENESS MONTH

The Wellstar Family Visitation Center, a program of The Children’s Haven, is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network (SVN), an organization consisting of over 800 visitation providers worldwide dedicated to providing safe parental access for families. The Wellstar Family Visitation Center earned national recognition as the 2020 Hedi Levenback Outstanding Visitation Provider of the…

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GA CASA Day At The Capitol

CASA Advocacy Director Julie Carter and Executive Director Marcie Smith attended the annual “CASA Day at the Capitol” event in Atlanta on February 15, 2024. The day included meeting with local and state legislators ask for continued support of CASA and child welfare issues. CASA Day at the Capitol, an annual event hosted by Georgia…

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Building A Hopeful Future, Together

April is National Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month, a time when Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) America, Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) Georgia and Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) Cherokee connect with families, communities, prevention advocates, and supporters to focus on the creation of an ecosystem of primary prevention in our community and emphasize the importance of building…

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OUR PROGRAMS

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WE KEEP CHILDREN

SAFER TOGETHER

The Children’s Haven is successfully fulfilling our mission to promote the health and happiness of children impacted by abuse and neglect because of our supporters, like you. There are many ways to invest in our mission and we would love to have you get involved. Together—we’ll reduce the impact of abuse on children everywhere—starting at home.