Send precise location, emergency type, and medical data directly to 9-1-1 without the need for speech

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The Challenge


73% of calls to 9-1-1 are from mobile phones, which fail to provide exact location to dispatchers.*

*The Federal Communications Commission


Over 10,000 lives are lost annually when 9-1-1 callers can't be located.*

*The Federal Communications Commission


20% of Americans report some degree of hearing loss.**

**Hearing Loss Association of America

*The Federal Communications Commission

*The Federal Communications Commission

**Hearing Loss Association of America

The Solution: The Haven App

In medical emergencies, getting help quickly saves lives. The Haven app transmits medical conditions, disabilities, allergies, medications, and other relevant information directly to to compatible 9-1-1 and first responder systems.

Regardless of a person’s ability to speak, hear, or identify their location, Haven reduces response times and provides peace of mind.


With a tap of one of the 4 tiles on the Haven app, your emergency type and precise location is transmitted to 9-1-1.

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Proactively check in when you have arrived at your destination and request loved ones to check in if you are concerned they need help or are in an unexpected place.

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RapidSOS mobile app Haven shown using Family Connect to check in and make sure family members are safe



One touch emergency calling for 250+ countries and jurisdictions worldwide means your community stays safe wherever they travel.

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RapidSOS mobile app Haven shown linked to China emergency number to get help internationally through NG911

Give the community you serve access to mobile safety

If you are part of an organization assisting people with medical conditions or disabilities and wish to provide them access to Haven, let's connect!


2-10% reduction in mortality.*


6.9% reduction in healthcare costs.*


20% reduction in property damage.*

*Based on preliminary actuarial analysis for a life threatening medical emergency performed in consultation with leading emergency experts at Harvard / MIT / Stanford and a large reinsurance firm