Our 14 bed shelter facility provides safe emergency and longer-term housing and additional services for adults and children suffering from any form of domestic abuse.
Hope Springs offers three scattered site safe houses throughout Warren and Fountain counties that include the same services that are offered to shelter residents.
Rapid Rehousing focuses on securing safe, permanent housing as quickly as possible for victims and survivors fleeing domestic violence. We help with housing identification, financial assistance, and ongoing support. The goal is to help victims and survivors successfully maintain their new housing independently.
Mobile advocacy is an innovative aspect of Hope Springs services: Advocates work out in the community, meeting survivors wherever it is safe and convenient for the survivor.
Hope Springs support groups are made up of people with shared experiences and circumstances who support, comfort and encourage each other. Our support groups are a place where the members can learn from each other and share each other’s journey towards healing.
Hope Springs commitment is to provide you with a highly qualified counselor who will honor you and your circumstances and help you find resolution to the difficulties you are experiencing.
Case management serves as a means for achieving client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, communication, education, identification of service resources and service facilitation.
Children are the silent witnesses, and they experience trauma and can be harmed as much as if they were abused themselves. Hope Springs offers comprehensive services for children to include, counseling, groups, activities, homework assistance, parenting classes for adults and more.