7:45 am 
Supervised Medication 
9:00 am 
Celebrate Recovery
10:15 am
Worship Service
6:00 pm

Evening Support Group

Monday - Friday

6:30 am 
Supervised Medication
7:15 am
Morning Support Group
3:00 pm
Afternoon Support Group
6:00 pm
Evening Support Group


7:30 am 
Supervised Medication 
8:30 am
Morning Support Group
6:00 pm
Evening Support Group

     Founder and

  Director of Haven 

About Haven

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,​Haven was founded by Dr. Dwight Lysne, MD, MDiv in 2009 after a calling the Lord had laid on his heart while attending Bethel Seminary in 2005. Haven started out as a part time endeavor as Dr. Lysne was working elsewhere to financially support his family, but as the ministry began to grow Dr. Lysne eventually committed himself full-time to his work at Haven. Haven is a non-profit 501©(3) that functions as both a church and mental health clinic. Haven fills a unique role in the Wilmington community being the only Christ-centered mental health clinic and church that provides pharmacological and psychological therapies to individuals in need.

 Haven's Clinic provides Gospel-integrated treatment to all individuals, but especially indigent individuals and families that are seeking treatment for trauma, mental illness and/or substance abuse. Haven clinic is the only mental health clinic in Wilmington that accepts Medicaid and Medicare for health care coverage and provides Gospel integrated treatment.

Haven Church is non denominational and provides Biblical education, discipleship, healing, community, and fellowship, for those seeking to serve and grow in their relationship with the Lord. Currently, most of the congregation is composed of those that seek treatment at Haven clinic, but the hope is reach a greater portion of the community that suffers from trauma, mental illness, and/or substance abuse.  

“If anyone wants to be My follower, he must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow Me." Mark 8:34

Founded: 2009

 Dwight Lynse, MD MDiv


Dr. Lynse A pastor and  psychiatrist who specializes in treating individuals with  mental illness and opioid dependency