A Safe Haven for Newborns is dedicated to reaching pregnant girls and mothers before they reach the crisis stage.

We are the safety net, possibly the last resort for a pregnant girl or mother with her newborn at her moment of crisis, very often-facing life and death issues, two lives saved, the precious newborn and their mother. So many times, once assistance is provided a mother chooses to keep her child and we were there for her.

The lifeline of our organization is our 24/7 multilingual statewide referral helpline to assist pregnant girls/women in crisis. We provide quick, confidential one on one assistance accessing our extensive statewide referral database. We assist them as they make their decision in the best interest of their baby and themselves, whether with counseling, parenting, health related issues, adoption or confidentially placing their newborn with a "Safe Haven"...

 The Safe Haven program is saving lives, as supported by the number of newborns saved from abandonment and the many pregnant girls and women assisted during their most desperate time.

 Baby abandonment is a tragedy that is happening in the United States - It does not have to happen:
A Safe Haven for Newborns began in response to the tragedy of infant abandonment in Florida. We see and read about abandoned babies all too often – it is heart breaking.The Safe haven law is a safety net for both the mother and the newborn infant.

Instead of abandoning a newborn to an almost sure death, it allows mothers, fathers or whoever is in possession of an unharmed newborn, approximately seven days old or less, to leave them at a Safe Haven facility: Any Hospital, Staffed 24/7 Fire Rescue Station, or Staffed 24/7 Emergency Medical Service Station, with no questions asked, totally anonymous, free from fear of prosecution...... A compassionate approach which is saving lives.

Gloria M. Silverio Foundation 501c3
“A Safe Haven for Newborns”
6801 NW 77th Ave., Suite 404
Miami, FL 33166

Phone: 305-882-1304, ext. 103
Fax: 305-889-0017
Nick Silverio -- Cell: 786-246-1304.
E-mail: safehaven@asafehavenfornewborns.com
Website: www.asafehavenfornewborns.com