1664 Delsea Dr, Franklinville, New Jersey 08322, United States
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A Tiny House Community For Veterans

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About Us

"Never leave someone behind. That was our pledge in the military and as a police officer. When you retire or move on, that doesn’t go away.” Donnie Davis

 The statistics are staggering. 22 Veterans take their lives due to PTSD every day. Operation Safe Haven wants to change that.  

Operation Safe Haven wants to bridge that gap...

 The current federal and state systems set up to deal with the transition and life after military service are unable to meet all of the tremendous needs of veterans. That is not to say these programs are not helpful, but more is needed.  Amazing Grace has purchased this 277 acre campground in Franklinville NJ with the simple goal to provide veterans with a place of true rest and relaxation.  

More than just free housing...

 Working with Federal, State and local agencies, Operation Safe Haven will provide our veterans with 300 square foot micro-houses nestled in the quiet surroundings of a 277 acre campground with a 65 acre lake where they can focus on getting "squared away" through various programs designed to give them the tools needed to adapt and overcome the struggles of PTSD. 

What People Are Saying

People Magazine

 When Donnie Davis kept hearing the alarming suicide statistics for veterans afflicted with post-traumatic stress disorder (22 a day, according to the VA’s 2012 Suicide Data Report), a thought kept crossing his mind: “Someone’s got to do something.” 

FOX 29

This Veteran is building micro houses for fellow Vets!

CBS News

 A vacant campground on Delsea Drive in Franklinville is getting new life by a local ministry that wants to build housing for veterans. 

Philadelphia Inquirer

'Operation Safe Haven' pushing ahead with South Jersey housing project for homeless vets

Gofundme Hero Award

 In 2014, Donnie Davis got a phone call about a local campground in southern New Jersey that was up for sale. A crazy idea popped into his head. It would require a lot of money and hard work, but it had the potential to help countless neighbors and families.  

Courier Post

Donnie and Jennifer Davis are converting a shuttered camp into a therapeutic community for struggling veterans in Franklinville. 

Contact Us

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Better yet, see us in person!

We love our military veterans and supporters, so feel free to schedule a visit to our tiny house community during normal business hours.

Call our office or email us today!

Operation Safe Haven

1664 Delsea Dr, Franklinville, New Jersey 08322, United States

(856) 513-6114

Hours

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Saturday - Appointment only

Sunday - Closed