Safe Haven Farms is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located on 60 acres in Madison Township, Butler County, Ohio. It was founded by a group of local parents in response to the lack of residential and vocational services for adults with developmental disabilities.
Safe Haven Farms is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering residential, day and community services for adults with developmental disabilities. Safe Haven believes that every individual served has the right to live, work, learn, and play in a safe and accepting farm environment where all are respected and valued as contributing community members.
What We've Achieved
Acquired a 60 acre property near Middletown, Ohio.
With the generous support of the Hatton Foundation, built the Hatton Center to support indoor activities year-round, and especially in the winter.
Equipped the Hatton Center with an arts & crafts room, a sensory room, a learning center and more.
Made numerous property improvements.
Partnered with Bittersweet Farms to operate the farm and a day program capable of serving up to 32 adults with autism.
Constructed four, four-bedroom houses in the adjacent residential setting.
With the generous support of Impact 100, developed indoor and outdoor riding arenas and launched a therapeutic equestrian program.