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Appointments, Hours & Contact

In-person, Virtual and Phone Appointments Available

NOTICE: The Haven has moved! We are now located in Sadler Center, Suite 146P (first floor, take a left before the post office, pass the mailboxes, and straight onto the carpeted hallway. The Haven suite is on your left).
To book any type of appointment visit https://thehaven.10to8.com
The Haven currently offers in-person, virtual, or phone appointments. From the link, you can select your appointment format, date, and time. Due to an increase in requests for appointments, we can no longer accommodate requests for particular staff members. We will match you with the most appropriate advocate based on your appointment request. Drop-in (no appointment necessary) hours are also available with peer-advocates (see below).
Contact Us
Email: [[thehaven]]
Phone: (757) 221-2449
Sadler Center, Suite 146P
Drop-in Hours with a Peer Advocate (during 2022 fall add/drop)

Closed Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 3-4, 2022 for advocate training

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11:00am - 6:00pm
  • Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 12:00pm-5:00pm

If you are experiencing a crisis that is time-sensitive, please contact the W&M Counseling Center at (757) 221-3620. A counselor is available 24 hours a day. For confidential 24/7 advocacy and support regarding sexual assault, dating abuse, or stalking, please contact Avalon at (757) 258-5051.


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Liz Cascone, MSW
Supervisee in Social Work
Director, The Haven
Office: Sadler Center, Suite 146P
(757) 221-7478 or at [[lizcascone]]
Liz Cascone, MSW 

Liz Cascone is the Director of The Haven at William & Mary, a peer-based confidential advocacy center for those impacted by sexual violence, intimate-partner violence, stalking, and other gender-based discrimination. Liz previously worked at the Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance for 10 years coordinating programming related to primary prevention. Liz has extensive experience in prevention planning and program development, which is rooted in public health and social justice principles. Liz has a master’s degree in social work from Virginia Commonwealth University and is currently a supervisee in social work, working toward licensure.

Rebecca Durant, Graduate Assistant

Masters in Higher Education Program
Office: Sadler Center, Suite 146P
(757) 221-2449 or at [[thehavenga]]