The Gray Haven Project will close its doors in early 2019. Gray Haven serves survivors of human trafficking through direct assistance, victim identification and community information. Since opening in 2010, Gray Haven has focused on providing direct survivor care services and comprehensive case management. It also developed into a resource for local, state and federal law enforcement and a subject matter expert for other organizations that serve trafficking victims. Gray Haven has worked with community partners in Central Virginia to expand services provided to survivors and to educate the public. Gray Haven’s Board of Directors and staff are eternally grateful for the dedicated community partners, donors and volunteers who have supported Gray Haven’s work.
The Gray Haven Board recently voted unanimously to dissolve the organization’s nonprofit status and suspend its operations by the end of 2018. The decision was a painful and difficult one to make, because all evidence continues to show that human trafficking remains a significant problem, and there is an ongoing need for services to assist survivors. The work that organizations like Gray Haven do is resource-intensive, and over time its ability to sustain the necessary resources has dwindled. While sad about the decision to close, our Board members, staff and volunteers remain dedicated to its mission.
After Gray Haven officially closes early next year, it will donate its remaining assets to other non-profit organizations that provide advocacy and support services for trafficking survivors.
Gray Haven is committed to providing hope, restoration, and opportunity to survivors of human trafficking
Learn more about how we got started here.