Our Mission: Tri-Valley Haven creates homes safe from abuse, contributes to a more peaceful society one person, one family, one community at a time. Together, we build a world without violence.

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Spring Pace for Peace! It's Back on April 7th!!

Runners at the Start of the Pace for Peace Join us for our scenic, annual Spring 5k 10k run/walk through the Livermore Valley, along the Arroyo bike trail and through the Valley vineyards. We hope that you are available to join us on Saturday, April, 7th! The 10K Run will begin at 8:00am and the 5k Run/Walk will begin at 8:05am. For your convenience we have online registration at www.Itsyourrace.com For questions and/or sponsorship information please email: jekailah@trivalleyhaven.org

Tri Valley Haven's Pace for Peace has something for everyone, whether you are a serious runner or just out for a leisurely walk with friends and family supporting a good cause! You can even bring your dog! Included with your registration is a commemorative performance t-shirt, finisher medal, free finish line photos, post-race awards and refreshments! This 2018 Spring race will feature:


And more!


Tri-Valley Haven, Inc. is a non-profit multi-social service organization in the Tri-Valley Area of Alameda County in Northern California. Tri-Valley Haven is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or nonprofit organizations with development experience to oversee the rehabilitation of its two homeless shelters and the Haven's administrative office building.

Incorporated in June of 1977, Tri-Valley Haven started with a crisis line operated out of a volunteer's garage and battered women were sheltered in volunteers' personal homes as part of an "underground" shelter system. A temporary shelter facility and counseling for battered women and their children soon followed, as well as the region's only rape crisis center. Over the past 40 years Tri-Valley Haven has committed to ending all forms of sexual assault and domestic violence throughout Eastern Alameda County, and has worked diligently to expand its programs beyond sexual assault and domestic violence to include resources that holistically assist victimized families.

Since 1977, Tri-Valley Haven has added homeless services to its spectrum of care. With services such as Sojourner House, a 15 bed shelter for single parents, women, and families with children, and the Shiloh House, a 30 bed shelter for victims of domestic violence.

Tri-Valley Haven still maintains its original core services of the crisis line, domestic violence shelter, rape crisis center, and counseling, in addition to the homeless services program.


Two (2) copies of the proposal in a three ring binder should be marked “Tri-Valley Haven Rehabilitation Projects” and submitted either in person or via certified mail to the following address:

3663 Pacific Avenue
Livermore, CA 94550
Attention: Ann King, Executive Director

Faxed or emailed submissions will not be accepted. Deadline is extended until the position is filled.


For a detailed project description and instructions, contact Ann King, Tri-Valley Haven at (925) 449-5845 ext. 2703 or ann@trivalleyhaven.org.

3rd Annual LunaFest films at the Vine Cinemas - April 25th

LunaFest Logo In 2000, LUNAFEST began - a traveling film festival celebrating, showcasing and championing women in film. LUNAFEST is making a mark in the industry by creating a platform for women’s untold stories and working to increase opportunity for women filmmakers. Even better, proceeds for this showing of LUNAFEST go to benefit Tri-Valley Haven services! CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS! To see the 2018 LUNAFEST trailer, please click here! Thank you and see you at the movies!

A big thank-you to the LunaFest event sponsors! Cher Wollard and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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Denim Day - Support a Survivor! Wear Denim on Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Denim Day Sign Denim Day is an annual campaign to prevent sexual violence through education and public awareness that culminates on a Wednesday during Sexual Assault Awareness Month each April. It began in Italy in the 1990s when women legislators wore jeans to protest a Supreme Court verdict overturning a rape conviction because the victim wore tight jeans. In April 1999, a social service agency in Los Angeles established the first Denim Day in the United States, and in 2011 a local survivor established Denim Day Milwaukee.

Denim Day 2018 is April 25th, a day when community members, survivors, caregivers, students, elected officials, and businesses wear denim as a visible statement in support of survivors and against misconceptions about sexual assault.

Even better, this year our LunaFest event is held on Denim Day itself! So wear your jeans to the movies and stand for survivors!

Tri-Valley Haven's Candlelight March Commemorates April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Candlelight March Tri-Valley Haven’s Annual Candlelight March will take place on Friday, April 20th at 7 pm in Downtown Livermore. The march will begin at Lizzy Fountain Park on the corner of First Street and Livermore Avenue. All are welcome, including children and families. Help prevent sexual assault and promote safety in the Tri-Valley! For more information, please contact Christine at Tri-Valley Haven at (925) 667-2707 or christine@trivalleyhaven.org.

Current Open Positions at Tri-Valley Haven

Work at Tri-Valley Haven! Tri-Valley Haven is looking for passionate and caring people to join our staff! We have a couple open positions at the Haven currently. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

To apply, go to our ABOUT US page and select EMPLOYMENT on the left-hand side to view our open positions.

Apply: http://www.trivalleyhaven.org/about-us.html

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Support Groups

Counseling at Tri-Valley Haven! Tri-Valley Haven offers support groups for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Sexual Assault Support Group is held on Monday mornings in Livermore. Domestic Violence Support Group is held on Thursday mornings in Livermore.

These are closed support groups, meaning participants must sign up in advance. Each group runs for 8 weeks at a time. No drop-ins.

To sign up for an upcoming support group, please call Tri-Valley Haven at (925)449-5845.

Haven Thrift Store - Shop or Donate!

Donate A true treasure hunter's delight awaits you at the new and improved Tri-Valley Haven Thrift Store. Tri-Valley Haven’s sparkling thrift store sells items at great prices and all proceeds go to Tri-Valley Haven programs! You can benefit our services either by shopping here, or donating here.

The Haven Thrift Store is is located at 116 North L Street in Livermore California, 94550. To contact the store by phone, please call (925) 449-1177.

Open 7 days a week, Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Donations accepted between 11:00am-2:00pm only.

Tri-Valley Haven is here to help!


Tri-Valley Haven is LGBTQ-affirming and dedicated to aiding all survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and homelessness, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, religion, creed or disability. We have gender neutral bathrooms at our Community Building.

Does your workplace participate in the CA State Employees Charitable Contributions (CSECC) or United Way campaign?

Are you interested in helping Tri-Valley Haven? If YES, please write in the following donation on your annual campaign form:

Tri-Valley Haven
3663 Pacific Ave
Livermore, CA 94550
Tax ID: #94-2462357

Your designation of an automatic tax-exempt deduction of a small (or large) amount from your monthly paycheck will be given to Tri-Valley Haven! Help us to create homes safe from abuse, to contribute to a more peaceful society. Together we can build a world without violence.

CA Says NO MORE License Plate Campaign

The California Says NO MORE license plate campaign aims to bring awareness to domestic violence and sexual assault. California is the first state in the nation to establish a specialized NO MORE license plate to fund local programs in the fight against domestic violence and sexual assault. 12.7 million people are physically abused, raped or stalked by their partners in one year.

For more information on the plate and how to order yours, visit www.CAsaysNOMORE.org

The California Says NO MORE license plate needs 7,500 orders to begin production. For information on how Cal OES supports Victims Services, visit www.caloes.ca.gov

Other Ways to Keep up with Tri-Valley Haven

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Tri-Valley Haven is all over the web! If you like your news in small doses, you can follow us on our Twitter account. Our Facebook Page has an up-to-date account of where we are, what we're doing, and how you can make a difference, as well as some great images from our events! You can email us to sign up for Haven Happenings, our twice-a-month e-newsletter, and our blog, Tri-Valley Haven Blogger, encourages you to share your thoughts with us as we go more in-depth into the news, our mission, activism, and thoughts. Drop by one or all of our many ways we keep in touch, follow us, and we will keep you in the loop!


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