You’re safe with us.

At Lonoke County Safe Haven, we’re here to provide hope, healing, and a path to independence for anyone facing domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking. You’re not facing this alone; with a safe space for recovery and access to essential services, our hope is to empower survivors towards a healthy, self-sufficient future. Our mission is built on compassion, offering support and fostering a community that stands together and stands against domestic violence.

Call our 24-hour hotline: 501-941-HELP (4357)

or text 501-743-7500

Support Every Step of The Way

Our shelter is designed to feel like home, complete with a kitchen, living room, playroom, and laundry facilities. LCSH understands that recovery is a personal journey without a set timeline. That’s why we offer flexible stays, with 30-day evaluations to tailor support to each individual’s needs.

While the individuals and families are at the shelter, all of their basic needs are met. They also receive one-on-one crisis intervention and case management from advocates as well as counseling from a certified counselor.

Our comprehensive support extends beyond shelter; we provide access to medical care, basic necessities, assistance in finding housing, and help with travel expenses to reunite you with your support network. A 24-hour hotline ensures you always have someone to talk to, and we’re here to welcome those from other areas when local options are full.

Financial assistance is part of our conversation about your path to independence, with support groups, transportation, assistance with lease breaking, resume and job application help, and counseling available to aid in your recovery. Our goal is to empower you with the tools and support you need to rebuild and lead a healthy, self-sufficient, and violence free life.










Recognizing Violence

Domestic Violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another.

Here are some things to look for:

extreme jealousy

threats of violence

verbal abuse

acts of violence

controlling behavior

breaking or striking objects

attempts to isolate you

putting unrealistic expectations on you and your relationship

cruelty to animals or children

blames you and others for problems

Shop at our Thrift Store!

Just like our shelter, the Lonoke County Safe Haven Outreach Center and Thrift Store is a place of comfort and support. Tucked away at the corner of West Main and Second streets in Cabot, it offers more than just a shopping experience—Every second and fourth Saturday, our store transforms into a safe space for survivors to gather, share, and heal together.

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Your Support Saves Lives

Volunteers are vital to the mission of Lonoke County Safe Haven. From supporting community members in need to working alongside licensed counselors and advocates, their generosity is invaluable. Join us in making a difference by sharing a meal, offering companionship, or leading skill-building classes. Help us spread the promise of hope.

LCSH utilizes volunteers in all forms. Being a non-profit, we depend on volunteers to help us meet the needs of those affected in our community! We work with licensed counselors and medical professionals to help with immediate and ongoing needs. We also like to utilize volunteers for life skills and social interaction within the shelter. This could be bringing dinner, spending time, helping organize, or teaching classes that will give our victims skills to help them better themselves. We also use volunteers for a lot of our maintenance needs – if you have a skill or trade and would be willing to help us maintain our property / equipment – we would greatly appreciate you reaching out!


Make a Safety Plan

Supporting Victims

Teen Dating Violence

LGBTQIA+ Resources

Human Trafficking: How to Spot It

Jeans and Jewels

Date: September 21, 2024
Time: 6:15 PM
Location: C&C by the Lake

Click here for more info!

We Have Fun Events!

Join our supportive community and participate in fundraising events! Whether you volunteer to help run these events or attend as a supporter of each banquet or auction LCSH hosts, your contribution and time make an invaluable difference in providing hope and healing to domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking survivors.