Things To know About Us

It’s important to share our journey with those who are interested in what we are doing, and for those who support our growth and evolution.  That said, we’ve created this page to share relevant events that have impacted us.

As we continue along our path to support Veterans and their loved ones we look forward to sharing images and experiences to encorage others to get support, and to highlight the great feelings of happiness that comes with serving others.

We hope you enjoy our sharing.

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Podcasts and Media Appearances

Take some time to listen to these powerful, insightful, and honest interviews.  Share with others.

Celeste The Therapist PodCast with Dedoceo Habi

Hailing from Savannah, Georgia, Dedoceo Habi served honorably in the Untied States Marine Corps and the United States Air Force. He is daring in his authentic and honest candor about the impact and affects of PTSD in his life. Mr. Habi struggled with tragic relationships, homelessness, and repeated layoffs for over thirty years before finally seeking help to understand what was going on in his life. After years of mental health support via therapy coupled with his genuine desire to embrace his truth, he has overcome myriad challenges and self defeating ideations that wreaked havoc in his life.His advise to anyone exposed to traumatic experiences: “You have the strength within you to overcome that which seeks to defeat you”.


Interview of Dedoceo Habi by the Antelope Valley Chambers of Commerce

Enjoy this candid, thoughtful, and emotionally intelligent conversation, hosted by Viviana Vargas as they enjoy a deep conversation about the goals and vision of Hummingbird Haven, it’s origin and where we want the company to grow.

Learn about the organization and what it’s doing to strengthen our local community.

Interview with Dedoceo Habi on talking PTSD

by Wanda Sabir, Arts and Culture Editor, Bayview Black Newspaper

Wanda Sabir: Good morning and welcome to Wanda’s Picks, a Black arts and cultural program of the African Sisters Media Network. When I wake up in the morning, I usually try to capture my dreams and write. So today, this poem came to me. Just reflecting on Memorial Day weekend, reflecting on people who made the ultimate sacrifice – gave their lives for our country – and also reflecting on Mental Health Awareness Month, which concludes on Memorial Day.

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We were excited to recieve our first grant from our local Walmart via the Walmart Foundation.  With great joy we accepted our donation and enjoyed the company of other awardees.

The greatest joy came from engaging the US Marines who were present, representing Toys For Tots.  We were reminded of why we started Hummingbird Haven, and our obligation to the community as we looked around and saw so many caring, dedicated, professional, and driven members of the community.

Without question, we were in great company.

Being a member of the local Chamber of Commerce can help in many ways… it also provides the Hummungbird Haven team the opportunity to meet with many current and future business leaders who may help us reach our goals.

We want to acknowledge the time and effort Kimberly Habi, the Hummingbird Haven CEO, takes in her new duties as a new Antelope Valley Chambers of Commerce Ambassador.

Look out for her in the community… she’s always happy to meet you.