PRIDE Haven is a judgement-free drop-in center for all young adults, ages 18-24, who are facing homelessness. We offer an inclusive and welcoming environment, access to supportive services, connection to community resources, and a safe place to rest and relax.
PRIDE Haven’s Services
Supportive Staff & Case Management
- Connect with our staff for individualized support in a safe, judgement-free environment
Outreach and Connection to Resources
- If PRIDE Haven is not able to offer the services you need, our staff can connect you to other community resources
- Transportation assistance for appointments for job and housing searches and more
- Lunch and dinner provided
- You can sign up to provide a meal for PRIDE Haven! Click HERE.
Shower and Laundry Facilities
- Refresh with a hot shower
- Hygiene and laundry supplies provided
- Computers and internet to help you connect with loved ones and resources
A Place to Rest and Relax
- Comfortable furniture and beds
- Books and magazines
Weekly Support Groups
- An opportunity to share your experiences and connect with peers for support
- In addition to donations, PRIDE Haven has an Amazon wishlist. Click HERE to purchase something off the list to donate.
Address: 3109 Campbell Street; Kansas City, MO 64109
Monday – Saturday, 9:00am – 9:00pm
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 regulations, these are temporary opening hours and in time, PRIDE Haven plans to resume normal opening hours.
PRIDE Haven’s History
Founded in 1986 as SAVE Home, the building now known as PRIDE Haven was the birthplace of SAVE, Inc. The founding of SAVE Home at 3109 Campbell came at a time when the AIDS epidemic was rising in Kansas City. Many in the community recognized the need for a safe haven for those dying from AIDS. The home soon became the first AIDS hospice in Missouri, and as the complexion of the disease changed, the facility later became a 24/7 group home for eight people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS who had a higher level of need than independent, permanent supportive housing could provide. For 32 years, SAVE home served a great need in our community but unfortunately in June 2018, this model of care was no longer financially feasible, and we had to close the doors.
As staff and board members began thinking about how to utilize SAVE Home best, they looked at various demographics to see who could be best served by a new purpose for SAVE Home. After some consideration, it was obvious to everyone that the most under-served homeless community in Kansas City was transition-aged youth, including the LGBTQIA+ community. In late 2019, SAVE Home finally completed its transformation into PRIDE Haven and has now opened its doors once again, expanding on the original intentions of SAVE Home’s brave founders. Today, PRIDE Haven proudly serves all young adults, ages 18-24, who are in need of our help in a safe, welcoming, and LGBTQ+ friendly environment.