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Safe Haven CEO Scott Burpee has guest opinion published in the Idaho Statesman during National Assisted Living Week

This week is National Assisted Living Week, which presents providers with the perfect opportunity to help people learn more about this particular choice available to seniors who need help managing their long-term care. An assisted living facility is the most popular choice for the majority of people who are often still independent but require some […]

Safe Haven Health Care Announces Company Reorganization

For Immediate Release: April 14, 2015   Safe Haven Health Care Announces Company Reorganization Previously anticipated division with Concordia Care shelved   (POCATELLO) — Safe Haven Health Care has announced that its previously anticipated agreement with Concordia Care to divide the two company’s facilities between the two owners will not be moving forward.  Instead, company […]

Safe Haven Home of Challis Thrives with Community Support

CHALLIS – Safe Haven Home of Challis is pleased to be the sole provider of residential assisted living in Challis, Idaho and continues to enjoy tremendous community support and growth. “We are so pleased with our community and want to say thank you,” said administrator Lisa Stucker.  “Challis is home and the community is great […]

Ground Breaking for Bell Mountain Village & Care Center

It is always exciting to see progress! Our team at Safe Haven Health Care absolutely loved the look of the shovels lined up awaiting the official ground breaking ceremony for the new state-of-the-art facility Bell Mountain Village and Care Center in Blaine County. Safe Haven Health Care has been providing safe and compassionate care in […]

Safe Haven signs transition contract

Safe Haven Health Care this week signed a transition and lease agreement allowing it to take over operations at Blaine Manor beginning Oct. 1. The Blaine County Commissioners approved the agreement on July 23. “We are pleased with our agreement,” Commissioner Larry Schoen said in a press release. “Safe Haven Health Care will offer excellent […]

POW-MIA Rally: Veterans United

Originally Source: KPVI Channel 6 Day two of the 13th annual POW MIA Rally brought a sense of patriotism from a noon ceremony at the Bannock County Fairgrounds. One veteran explained to me the emotions that he felt as they started the pledge of allegiance. Scott Burpee, Retired USAF Sargent turned CEO said that, “When […]

Safe Haven CEO Takes Team to South Sudan

Scott Burpee, CEO and President of Safe Haven Health Care recently took a team to South Sudan with International Aid Services. The Safe Haven team works everyday to provide excellent service to people throughout Idaho. Safe Haven Health Care provides assisted living, behavioral care, home health care and other services from Challis to Kuna. Safe […]

Safe Haven gets more support from commission

Greenberg, Schoen leaning toward privatization of senior care By KATHERINE WUTZ Express Staff Writer This photo shows a typical studio apartment in Safe Haven Health Care’s facility in Kuna, Idaho. CEO Scott Burpee said that the Kuna facility is very similar to the one he plans to build in Bellevue, with both assisted living and […]

Commissioners aim scrutiny, support at private company

 Safe Haven remains under spotlight Jan. 31, 2013 By KATHERINE WUTZ Express Staff Writer The Blaine County commissioners focused their scrutiny and some support on Safe Haven Health Care during a public hearing on skilled nursing care Tuesday, demanding answers from company CEO Scott Burpee on everything from financing to pet policies. Burpee was explaining aspects […]

A psychiatric prison is not the answer

A psychiatric prison is not the answer By Scott Burpee There has been much discussion recently about gun control after the Sandy Hook school massacre but there has been precious little about how decades of reducing and neglecting our mental health system is finally coming home to roost. If you look at the mass shootings […]