caring for children and families. mind. body. soul.
Our Annual Gala From the colors you see around our campus to the colors that make up our community, you will find bright and vibrant colors everywhere you turn at Our Little Haven. This year, we are bringing those colors to our Annual Gala. We invite you to join us this summer for an in person celebration… Read more »
In early 2019, Ginny and her family lost John to a neurological disease. Her family’s loss was shared by all of us at Our Little Haven. John Seiler was a long time board member and friend of the organization. John shared his passions and his time with Our Little Haven, always bringing his humor and wit to events and gatherings.
2020 was tough for many of our children and families, but because of the support of our community, together we were able to finish out the year with a lot of hope, joy, and smiles from our children and families.
Our Little Haven works to protect the privacy and rights of the children and families we serve. This story has specific changes to protect his/her and his/her family’s privacy and all identifiable information has been removed. Photos used in this article are stock images and are not of children or families served by Our Little… Read more »
Kathleen and I frequently hear of instances in which our incredible team at Our Little Haven go beyond what is asked of them when caring for the children and families. This last summer we learned of a weekend night where three members of our foster care team exemplified what it means to care for children and families the Our Little Haven way. We are excited to invite Shamari to share this story with our community.
At Our Little Haven, providing mental and behavioral health services through an early-intervention model remains at the forefront of our efforts. Since our inception in 1993, we continue to serving the most vulnerable children and families in our community. Our role is to simply help each other. In doing so, acknowledge the harm to those… Read more »
We at Our Little Haven are profoundly saddened by the suffering of so many from police brutality and racial inequity in our society. Here at Our Little Haven we know that many of our clients and families have experienced racism before these killings increased awareness to our nation and world. We are a diverse staff… Read more »
Do You Know Your Tools2Thrive? While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. The good news is there are practical tools that everyone can use to improve their mental health and increase resiliency – and there are ways that… Read more »
ST. LOUIS, MO – May 12, 2020 Our Little Haven announced that they are one of the grant recipients of the St. Louis Regional Response Fund. The St. Louis Community Foundation assembled a coalition of local organizations to create this fund. It continues to direct resources to regional nonprofits that are serving local communities affected… Read more »
Anthony advises leadership as a Board of Trustee Member Anthony was one of the first children we welcomed into our care. Together, we watched him grow into a teenager, graduate from high school, continue onto college, and now, start his career. Anthony’s beginning started off a lot like Thomas’s (Read Thomas’s Story here). Anthony was… Read more »