Safe Haven Austin
3000 Oak Springs Dr.
Austin, TX 78702
Safe Haven ensures a safe living environment while a qualified employee instills trust and guidance to residents with a mental illness who may be examining difficult life choices. It is self-paced, primarily directed by individuals and treatment is not time constrained. Safe Haven offers semi-private rooms for up to 16 people per day, three daily meals, laundry facilities, meeting rooms and an address and phone number for residents.
Homeless individuals referred by PATH/ACCESS.
Homeless Services (PATH/ACCESS)
Location and Contact Information
Open Mon-Fri 8 AM – 5 PM
500 E. 7th St.
Austin, Texas 78701
Take Capital Metro Transit Bus Route 17
PATH/ACCESS is a federally-funded program designed to provide active outreach to areas where individuals who are homeless and disenfranchised may be, and attempt to engage them in an honest, helpful relationship on which to base a client-directed plan to change the individual’s life situation.
The program has six outreach and engagement specialists, two psychiatrists, a certified medical assistant and a licensed clinical supervisor, who work with the consumer to formulate and implement a plan to assist the individual to change their life and successfully link them with established mainstream services and resources. The length of service in the PATH/ACCESS program varies based on the needs of the individual.
Who is Eligible?
Adults in Travis County who are homeless, disenfranchised and exhibiting behavioral health problems.