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Chicago’s ‘A Safe Haven’ honored by White House

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Chicago's branch of "A Safe Haven" is receiving some national attention for their program that helps homeless people.

Last week, the West Roosevelt Road organization was honored at the White House for helping improve the lives of others.

Chicago's "A Safe Haven" was established in 1994 by Neli Rowland-Vasquez and her husband, Brian.

Programs offered by the non-profit include mental health and addictions treatment, job training and housing assistance.

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