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Our mission as licensed wildlife rehabilitators is to help orphaned, injured or debilitated wildlife, so they may continue their natural roles in nature.
Safe Haven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center was formed as a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation to provide care for orphaned, injured or otherwise debilitated wildlife by licensed wildlife rehabilitators and trained volunteers. We strive hard to never refuse an animal who is in need of medical assistance or one that is orphaned. Safe Haven also encourages and participates in the education and training of wildlife rehabilitators as part of the State licensing process, as well as cooperation and networking between wildlife rehabilitators.
Safe Haven strives to educate the public about wildlife and the environment that humans and wildlife share. Safe Haven will be located in the Granby area, but will serve primarily northern Connecticut. There are few wildlife rehabilitators in the Northern Connecticut area, and Safe Haven will serve these rehabilitators by providing additional rehabilitation care capability, as needed
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