For victims of sexual assault and domestic e violence, HOPE can often seem too far out of reach. AAFV exists not to ask why or how of our victims, but simply to put hope within reach.
- Hope’s Door Emergency Shelter
- Hope’s Door Victim Services
- Sexual Assault Advocates
- Rural Domestic Violence Outreach
- Teen Domestic Violence Outreach
- Court Advocacy
- Hope Lane Learning Center
Hope’s Door Shelter is a 17,000 square foot facility located on 3 acres. This emergency shelter has 28 private bedrooms and common living areas, offering a safe refuge from abuse.
Hope’s Door offers women fleeing domestic violence and dealing with substance issues a Safe and Sober living environment for them and their children. We also provide case management, treatment referrals, drug testing, and educational classes and groups.
Our Counseling program provides comprehensive counseling services to AAFV/Hope’s Door residential and community clients so they may begin the healing process.
The only work that will ultimately bring any good to any of us, is the work of contributing tot he HEALING of the world. This is what we do. This is what you help us do. It takes time, talents, and treasures, and it takes all of us.
- Crisis Line
- Daily refuge/24 hour services
- Emergency shelter, food, and clothing
- Community resource referrals
- Court & Victim Advocacy
- Victim Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Mental Health Services
- Safe & Sober Services
- Teen Outreach Prevention
- Rural Outreach Advocacy
- Transitional Housing
For more information on programs available, call (208)459-6330 ext. 130.