Sea Haven Mission Statement

The mission of Sea Haven Inc. is to extend a helping hand to those youth whose lives may be in disarray, We believe that through positive intervention we can promote opportunities for growth, learning, and happiness that might not be available in the experiences of such children. We intend our efforts to be supplementary to the already existing public sponsored programs.

In order to fulfill the services for youth in this community, Sea Haven may engage in one or more of the following:

  • Develop and maintain one or more houses to used for residential care
  • Actively seek and solicit funding to support specific services for youth, and to serve as responsible administrative and fiscal agents for the use of such funds
  • Advocate when deemed necessary, for youth oriented services needed in this community
  • Continue to focus community attention on the particular needs of youth through public awareness programs

Sea Haven Advisory Committee

The objectives of the Sea Haven Advisory Committees are as follows:

  • Conduct critical reviews of the various program components to help identify strengths and weaknesses
  • Recommend changes/additions to program services
  • Provide advice addressing those barriers that interfere with clients being able to successfully complete the program
  • Assist in creating public awareness promotions designed to inform the community of the program services
  • Help in recruiting potential client participants
  • Promote positive youth development by encouraging the involvement ofyouth participants in policy/procedure decisions
  • Actively engage in resource development by fund-raising, recruiting volunteers, accessing material/supplies, or forming alliance with other agencies or organizations
  • Generally, to advise and support the Sea Haven programs

Sea Haven Advisory Committee Membership

Advice for the information and first steps operation of the Advisory Committees:

  • The committee will consist of not less than five and not more than ten adult/youth members with at least two members being active or graduated Sea Haven youth.
  • Community youth, ages 18-21, are eligible for membership and at least one such youth should be serving at all times.
  • Potential committee members will be nominated by Sea Haven Inc. staff; by Sea Have Executive Board members, and/or by current members of the advisory committee.
  • Committee member nominations will be submitted to the Executive Director and current advisory committee no later than January 1, of each year. If there are no objections to the nominated individuals, the Executive Director and current advisory committee will elect the agreed upon number of members. No member should be requested to serve more than two years, but may volunteer to serve additional years.
  • The advisory committee will every three months (or more if necessary) meet with the Sea Haven staff-Outreach Coordinator, and the agenda set by the Director of the program and/or staff. Minutes will be taken at each meeting.
  • Meeting times, dates, and places will be determined by the membership and scheduled in advance to ensure attendance.
  • The initial committee members will develop other committee practices.

Sea Haven Shelter Advisory Committee

Mike Mathew
Ashley Morrison
Valerie Evans
Frank Boulineau IV
Emily Grey Wayne
Renee Hembree

Sea Haven Transitional Living Program Advisory Committee

Jill Dore
Carlton Bridges
Kayla Martin
Nate Rohler
Cecelia Hamilton

Sea Haven Street Outreach Program Advisory Committee

Tony Kroll
Kelli Barker
Paul Yurkin
Tim Jones

Interested In Becoming An Advisory Committee Member?

Please contact Christina Jackson via email at cbjack@sccoast.net for more information.