About Hope House
Every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence. We help our
clients navigate the legal system dealing with restraining orders and court ordered visitation. We provide no cost counseling and peer group counseling to help create a healthy, happy future for their family. Our staff is committed to providing a structured, yet compassionate environment for victims of domestic violence in need.
Our 24-bed facility serves victims of domestic violence who are female, male, and LGBTQ. While in the shelter, victims can remain together with their children and pets in a safe nurturing environment while they negotiate this painful transition in their lives. Hope House also provides transitional housing to keep supporting the client along the
journey to independence.
We Strive To:
• Provide shelter services and transitional housing assistance for victims of domestic violence
• Provide an intensive program to help clients make better decisions
• Help clients identify permanent and healthy solutions
• Provide safe place for clients, their children, and their pets
• Provide the tools needed for clients to grow and become productive members of the community
Classes & Groups
Love and Logic curriculum, need to attend 12 classes for a certificate of completion, classes are offered 3 times per week, you can attend up to 2 Parenting Classes per week (one per day), free of charge, classes are virtual.
DV Support Groups
Letter of Support is given after 12 sessions of attendance. These are not equivalent to 52-week batterers intervention, this is not a curriculum class.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Please join us in our walk to end Domestic violence on October 6th 10am – 3pm. We are in need of sponsors and donations of water, snacks. Feel free to contact Sylvia at email@example.com for more information or to sponsor this event.