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Caldwell, ID - 83605
208.459.6330


Advocates Against Family Violence Inc - Hope's Door Shelter

24 hour a day crisis line: 208-459-4779.

Hope's Door Shelter has 28 private bedrooms where women and their children have the security and safety needed to begin moving forward with a violence-free future.

Hope's Door is the only domestic violence specific to women and children shelter in Canyon County. They provide protection not only for victims in Idaho, but across the entire United States.

While staying at Hope's Door Shelter, survivors are able to take part in many different educational courses that focus on healthy relationships and life skills. Their goal is to empower individuals to set the course for eliminating violence in their lives and throughout thecommunity.

You can stay at Hope's Door Shelter for up to 90 days. After your 90 day stay, they offer transitional affordable housing for 2 years.



Advocates Against Family Violence Inc - Hope's Door Shelter Mission Statement

“OUR MISSION AT AAFV IS TO ELIMINATE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS AND IN OUR COMMUNITY. ”

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Comments
  • User   2019-02-19 02:01:39

    Needing a safe place for me and our small dog and my 2 granddaughters.

  • User   2019-05-05 13:09:43

    I am 58 years old, I have two part-time jobs. I have had severe abuse in my life diagnosed with PTSD from the abuse. I have been homeless on and off since my divorce five years ago. I had rented a room from my son for 3 months. His lease is up and I will not be going with him because he wants his own place. I have nowhere to go! I can't lose my jobs. one I have been at in November 3 years. I have worked so hard and I have tried and tried to help myself. I'm waiting for a spot to open for the sane program through Terry Reilly. My PTSD is bad. I'm doing everything to help myself.

  • User   2021-03-08 21:23:37

    I would like to volunteer at a shelter.



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