The vision of Safe Harbor is to provide family-style homes on small farm settings for adults with Special Needs. As residents, these precious individuals will work on the farm, feeding the animals, gardening, gathering eggs, growing and harvesting fruits and vegetables, canning, as well as crafts, baking, taking trips to county fairs, parks, zoos, and participating in community activities. Each resident will have the opportunity to participate in daily Bible lessons, prayer time, and weekly church activities. Safe Harbor will provide extraordinary care for extraordinary people, in extraordinary homes.
The first Safe Harbor home will be located in Kingsburg, California, a quaint Central Valley town with a population of 11,000, located 20 miles south of Fresno. On 4.63 park-like acres, this beautifully appointed home has over 8,000 square feet. Built in 2003, with wheel chair accessibility, it has spacious rooms, a large kitchen and eating area, large bedrooms, 8 baths, a lovely pool, much open space, pear and almond trees, chicken coops, and a barn for animals.