Caring for the Caregiver

Please know that while our office is currently closed, we are still actively working to come alongside caregivers!

All of us understand the effects of isolation in a new way after the events of the past few weeks. This time of social distancing threatens to further isolate the caregivers we love, as many of their families are considered high risk. Your choice to stay home is keeping our families safe. Take the next step and be the light, showing your continued support for these families today.

In an effort to come alongside all of our parents AND support local businesses, David’s Refuge needs your help! Learn More


We’re here to help

Are you feeling anxious, lonely or disconnected? Do you feel like no one understands how hard this is for families with special needs? Would having someone just listen go a long way right now?

The David’s Refuge Hosts who join you on weekend respite are available to connect with you. Be bold and make a request today.

Caregivers, our team stands with you during this unprecedented time, always searching for new ways to remind you that you are not alone, what you do matters, and God and this community loves you.

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Be Our Guest

Our respite weekends empower couples and single parents to integrate self-care practices in order to develop stronger relationships, families and communities.

Be Our Guest

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Investing in the lives of caregivers allows parents to provide the best possible care for their children.


Embrace The Difference

We are proud to be a partnering charity of this beautiful line of jewelry with a beautiful purpose – to give back.  With each purchase, a donation can be directed to David’s Refuge reminding parents they are not alone!  To date, Embrace The Difference has donated over $450,000 to charities! 

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Featured Story

Morgan was born with a minor birth defect that quickly turned into 17-day brain infection, and the result would change the lives of the Daly family forever.

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