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Senator Steve Glazer selects Tri-Valley Haven as Nonprofit of the Year!

“Tri-Valley Haven is a vital lifeline to our community and those affected by violence and homelessness,” said Senator Glazer. “The dedicated staff and volunteers at Tri-Valley Haven have helped thousands of families in need and continue to treat each individual who comes through their doors with the utmost dignity and grace. I am pleased to uplift their important work by selecting them as the Nonprofit of the Year for my senate district.”

Donations currently accepted for Backpack Program 2024

Upcoming Events and Holiday Closures

                                      JUNE 2024

             June 1st- Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

             June 19th- Juneteenth (Offices Closed)

Mid-Year Report

FY 2022-2023

Download our Mid-Year Report and keep up with our latest accomplishments and updates to our capital campaign. 

Capital Campaign - Thrive & Rebuild


One of Tri-Valley Haven’s most important services is our emergency shelter for families fleeing abuse in their homes. 

After many years of housing families, the current shelter is falling apart. 

We need your help to rebuild the Haven’s shelter so local families in crisis will have a safe place to call home for decades to come.

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

Domestic Violence Services

Tri-Valley Haven’s shelters provide immediate safety, respite, and supportive services. The Haven also offers counseling for victims of abuse. Tri-Valley Haven’s 24-hours crisis hotline is answered by a trained Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor anytime day or night. If you are in an abusive relationship, or if you just have questions, a Tri-Valley Haven advocate is here to help.

Sexual Assault Services

Sexual assault is a term used to describe a range of violent crimes, including rape, attempted rape, incest, molestation, spousal rape, statutory rape and any unwanted sexual contact. No one deserves to be sexually assaulted or abused ever. If you have experienced sexual assault, it is not your fault and you are not alone. Tri-Valley Haven is here to help.

Homeless and Family Support Services
Tri-Valley Haven offers services for individuals and families who are homeless or in severe economic need, including shelter, a food pantry, and transitional housing. We believe in effectively aiding homeless individuals and families by creating a pathway to solve their challenges and heal their trauma. The Haven works to empower individuals effected by poverty so they become self-sufficient and graduate into stable, permanent housing.


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The primary objective of DVAM is to raise public awareness about domestic violence, its prevalence, and the devastating consequences it has on individuals and families. By shedding light on this issue, DVAM aims to promote understanding, empathy, and support for...

Livermore Connects

In the Spring of 2023, Alameda County awarded Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance a grant to lead the Coalition to Expand Community Outreach and Resource Navigation in North Livermore. This two-year project will support TVNPA’s Anti-Poverty Collaborative to address the...

Women’s Equality Day

In August 1920, the U.S. Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby officially certified the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. This was a victory in the fight for gender equality after many decades of campaigning from women's civil rights movements.  Annually...

Capital Campaign Updates

Essential to our mission, our shelter provides the security and resources that clients need to rebuild their lives. In order to continue this mission, we need to first rebuild our shelter.Connect with Us Tri-Valley Haven Community Building:3663 Pacific Avenue,...

Student Art Contest 2023 Winners

Student Art ContestEvery year, Tri-Valley Haven hosts the 5K/10K run to support victims of domestic violence. The logo for the event is selected through the annual 'Student Art Contest'.  This year we focused on the theme "Safe Homes, Safe Families". We invited...

FY 2021-2022

Crisis Calls

Pounds of Food Distributed

DV Bednights

Backpacks distributed

Connect with Us

Tri-Valley Haven Community Building:
3663 Pacific Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550

Counseling and Administrative Offices:

Crisis Line:


“Creating Homes Safe From Abuse”