A fortress with a heart

Child Now in our fourth decade, Tri-Valley Haven continues to be a vital community resource serving adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness.

We are a safe place, above all, for people who need to be protected before they can begin moving forward. But we are also a place that is committed to doing more than merely healing a life that's hurting; we are committed to helping strengthen that life, and building a culture of personal empowerment for those who are most vulnerable.

We envision a world without violence. But rape, physical and mental abuse, and homelessness occur all too often - and in every community, regardless of class or color. It is likely, in fact, that in your neighborhood someone is alive because the Haven was there to help.

And so we stand strong here, a beacon in the Tri-Valley, protecting those in need, helping them to grow again, and seeking to build a more peaceful society.

One person, one family, one community at a time.


Our history

Our History

Local Heroes


E X E C U T I V E   S T A F F
Ann King, MSW, Executive Director
Ann has more than 30 years of experience in human services both as a service provider and as a manager, specializing in working with family violence, sexual assault, ex-offenders, homeless populations, and poverty situations. Ann has her Masters of Social Work in Administration. She joined the Haven as Executive Director in 1997.
Vicki Thompson, Director of Domestic Violence Services
Vicki has worked at the Haven since 1986. Her experience includes client services, staff and volunteer training, community education, and partnership development with law enforcement, local governments, businesses, schools, and medical providers.
Christine Dillman, Director of Sexual Assault & Counseling Services
Christine has worked in the non-profit sector for over 20 years. She began working at Tri-Valley Haven in 2001. Christine has held many positions at Tri-Valley Haven, including Director of Homeless Services. Christine has her BA from Brandeis University. From 2009 – 2015, she was a Board Member at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA). Presently, Christine is the Board Secretary for the Tri-Valley NonProfit Alliance, a local non-profit that offers industry-relevant seminars, collaborative discussions and networking opportunities for area non-profit agencies. Christine’s lifelong passion is ending violence against women and children.
Fidelis Atuegbu, Director of Finance and Compliance
Fidelis Atuegbu joined Tri-Valley Haven in April 2017 as Director of Finance and Compliance. He previous worked at Kaiser Permanente as their Finance Director and has over 15 years’ experience in healthcare, high tech, software, telecommunications and financial services firms. He has an MBA in finance from the University of San Francisco and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of California.
Ralph E. Johnson, Director of Homeless & Family Support Services
Ralph has a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and over 30 years of experience in overseeing residential community programs: Seventeen years with a for profit company providing residential treatment services for inmates releasing from federal custody, thirteen years with a non-profit providing shelter and support services for victims of domestic violence/homelessness and a licensed child care center as Executive Director, and one year as Executive Director with a non-profit providing seasonal shelter and support services for transition age youth. Ralph hails from New Jersey where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He earned his first income playing guitar in a rock band, and went to Woodstock.
Sarah Bariya, Esq., Executive Assistant
Sarah worked with various law firms and government agencies in the areas of immigration, intellectual properties, family and personal injury law for 10+ years before she found her passion working with the underserved population. In pursuit of this passion, she worked with the court system re-uniting children in foster care with their families before joining Tri-Valley Haven in 2015 where she has worked for department of homeless services as an advocate educating, assisting and registering low income families for the Calfresh program. She moved to the department of domestic violence services where she worked as legal advocate, case manager and became the lead case manager at our domestic violence shelter before transitioning to the management team as the executive assistant.
 
B O A R D   O F   D I R E C T O R S
Andrea Brooks, President
Livermore
Sue Reynolds, Vice President
Livermore
Jenny Hamilton, Secretary
Livermore
Susan Gruber, Treasurer
Danville
Denise Bridges
Brentwood
Janelle Dietler
Livermore
Brenda Dutton
San Ramon
Heidi Hall
Pleasanton
Nishant Sharma
Livermore
Laning Thompson
Livermore
 

Work with us to heal lives.

Work with us! It's the most important work you'll ever do. For there is no higher calling than helping those in need.

Tri-Valley Haven provides a variety of services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness and hunger. We are looking for passionate and caring people to join our staff. View current open positions at the Haven and instructions on how to apply below.


SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCATE/PREVENTIONIST

Full-time, 40-hours per week: Under the direct supervision of the Director of Sexual Assault Services, the Sexual Assault Advocate will spend the majority of their time coordinating and facilitating prevention training programs within the community and local schools, as well as provide advocacy to survivors of sexual assault and meet all OES-SA contract requirements. Will also provide crisis counseling and co-facilitate sexual assault support groups within jail and/or prison facilities.

General Requirements: Bachelor's degree with one year's experience working with survivors of sexual assault. One year experience in a non-profit setting. Excellent writing ability; public speaking skills; intermediate to advanced computer skills. Ability to work independently, manage time and tasks effectively. Knowledge of violence toward women and children issues. Bilingual/ Fluent Spanish preferred. Completion of Agency Training within 6 months of employment (if not before).

Benefits: Kaiser Permanente Platinum 90 HMO 0/10, MetLife Dental and Life Insurance, VSP Vision

Hiring Range: $17.55 – $18.65 per hour; 5% pay differential for fluent Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, or Tagalog bilingual language skills

Instructions for Applying: EOE; MEN ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. Fax resume to (925) 449-2684, Attn: Fay, or mail to Tri-Valley Haven, 3663 Pacific Ave., Livermore, CA 94550. Please refer to Job No. 082018. Please submit resume by September 24, 2018


Shelter Monitor Overnight - Domestic Violence Services

Part-Time: Under the direction of the Lead Case Manager, the Overnight Staff will work the overnight shift(s) for the Domestic Violence Shelter while developing and maintaining an understanding of contracts acquired by Tri-Valley Haven. The Overnight Staff will assist TVH managers in the preparation of contractual reports and documents. Assist with shelter operations as directed by supervisor.

General Requirements: Bachelor's degree with one year's experience. Two year minimum experience with computers, one year in a non-profit setting; knack for detail work; experience working alone. Ability to work independently, manage time and tasks effectively. Knowledge of violence toward women and children. Completion of Agency Training within 6 months of employment (if not before).

Hiring Range: $15.00 - $16.22 per hour

Instructions for Applying: EOE. Fax resumes to (925) 449-2684, Attn: Fay, or mail to Tri-Valley Haven, 3663 Pacific Ave., Livermore, CA 94550



TRI-VALLEY HAVEN is an equal opportunity employer. TRI-VALLEY HAVEN believes that equal employment for all employees is central to the continuing success of the organization and provides equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, religion, color, gender (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, age, mental or physical impairment, medical condition (including family medical history or genetic information), sexual orientation, parental status, marital status, political affiliation, military service, or any other non-merit based factor.

We will not discriminate against an employee or applicant for employment based on any of these factors. Opportunity is provided to all employees based on qualifications and job experience.

TRI-VALLEY HAVEN makes reasonable accommodations to afford disabled applicants and employees the opportunity to work. TRI-VALLEY HAVEN also makes reasonable accommodations for religious observances and practices.

This policy applies to all areas of employment including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, discipline, layoff and terminations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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