Heartwood

Heartwood was launched in the fall of 1982, as "a unique publication for people who seek a life in which quality is important; quality time spent with friends, work life characterized by personal integrity and a general appreciation of being human. The articles in Heartwood are meant to stimulate, challenge and affirm the process of being a person." Heartwood was published by the Cortes Center for Human Development, where Haven founders Bennet Wong and Jock McKeen led programs for a number of years. Heartwood was replaced in 1988 by Shen, a publication of The Haven.

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