Rebecca & Brandon Nichols established Safe Haven Services as an LLC in February of 2019 after seeing a need for support and advocacy for in-home care providers and individuals with developmental disabilities. Rebecca has been licensing and supporting developmental home providers since November of 2014 and was a Director of a Developmental Home Program prior to obtaining approval from the state to provide habilitation services through Safe Haven Services, LLC. She has been a part of the DDD community since 2007 when her parents were licensed child developmental home providers. She has her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a minor in Sociology and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Brandon continues to be involved with individuals who have developmental disabilities through his work as an educator. He has a Bachelor degree in Secondary Education in History and his Masters degree in Educational Leadership. As a team, they hope to provide support and guidance to providers and members within the DDD community.
Safe Haven Services offers both Child Developmental Home Services & Adult Developmental Home Services. Our Developmental Home Program offers individuals with developmental disabilities a supportive environment to grow and learn different skills in order to have a positive future.
Child Developmental Home Providers care for children with developmental disabilities who cannot live with their natural family and help them achieve permanency either through reunification with their parents, adoption, or another court-ordered plan.
Adult Developmental Home Providers provide care to adults with developmental disabilities to teach them important skills and to help them live satisfying and successful lives.
Safe Haven Services, LLC offers Respite Care for children and adults in our child and adult developmental home providers home. All services require a certification and training in order to provide the described service. Please see General Requirements for more information.
Respite Services will provide short-term relief for the primary caregiver (CDH provider, ADH Provider).