(910) 259-8989

Healing And Restoring Hope

Burgaw, NC 28425 | 910-259-8989
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On our website, we offer a QUICK ESCAPE button in multiple locations on each page. In the event that you are interrupted by an abuser or unwanted observer while visiting our website, simply click on the QUICK ESCAPE button. You will immediately be redirected to a generic Google search engine page. 

If you feel you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

About Us

Founded nearly 30 years ago, Safe Haven is a publicly funded division of Pender County. Our facilities currently provide food, clothing, shelter, services, and referrals to individuals who are victims of domestic violence.

About Us

Find out who we are as an organization and as a dynamic group of professionals.

Have Kids?

Do you have children that have been caught in the middle of a domestic situation? Find out how we can help them as well. 

Contact Us

You can reach us by telephone, email, or personal visit.

Empowerment Center

The Empowerment Center is a community collaborative that provides access to services.  At Safe Haven’s Empowerment Center, we strive to empower individuals to get from where they are to where they desire to be.

Our Mission & Vision

At Safe Haven our mission and vision is to help those affected by Domestic Violence.

Safe Haven of Pender Inc. is a domestic violence agency. Safe Haven provides shelter and services to those affected by Domestic Violence in Pender and Duplin Counties.

One Day At A Time

Although domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, income or other factors, it is reported that as many as 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime.

To raise awareness, a Serbian ad agency created a PSA back in 2013 called “One photo a day in the worst year of my life.”

In the short yet poignant clip, a woman takes a selfie every day for a year to document the physical effect of the abuse she endures.

The sign at the end translates to “Help me. I don’t think I can make it to tomorrow (to take another picture)”