Breaking free from
substance use disorder is hard,

but with the right support, recovery is always within reach.

Your Haven helps you find yourself again — and become someone new.

Your Path to Recovery

Living with substance use disorder we often feel ashamed, weak or out of options. Sometimes, even shunned by the people we need most for support — our friends, families and loved ones.

Many, struggle to make healthy choices, find themselves abused, homeless or incarcerated.

Recovery is possible, but it can be a long journey. Let us help you. We can give you the tools to make your journey easier though community support and experience.

A Place to Heal, A Place to Help

If you’re living with substance use disorder, it’s important to know that your community loves you, believes in you and wants you to get better.

Your Haven, Inc., is a nonprofit recovery community organization (RCO) committed to your long-term recovery from substance use disorder. We rely on community support to make recovery programming and services available to everyone in Haralson County who needs it. Your Haven offers Anger Management, Moral Reconation Therapy, and Peer Support. 

Your struggle with substance use disorder is unique, and your recovery will be, too. You have trust to rebuild, relationships to mend and work to do. But the struggle is worth it and your recovery is a journey to celebrate.

You’re Not Alone

Rural communities like Haralson County have long led the nation in a host of substance use statistics.

In Haralson County, deaths from overdoses occur at three times the national average. Suicides and DUI deaths are about twice the national average.

About 85% of all children in foster care have cases that involve substance use disorder, and 97% of the inmates in the Haralson County Jail have a substance use disorder.

Substance use disorder is the root cause of so much suffering. We can reclaim our lives.

At Your Haven Recovery, you’re not a statistic and you won’t be treated like an outcast. We want you to get better, get sober, and get on with living.

Your family needs you. Your friends miss you. And we believe in you.