Join us September 26-27 for the 8th Annual Light of Hope online giving challenge

at the Faces of Hope
Victim Center

Faces of Hope Victim Center is a warm and welcoming place, where people affected by interpersonal violence can come and receive help, with no judgment, no strings, and no fees. Through one door, our specialized multi-disciplinary team wraps around an individual or family and provides crisis-intervention services to stabilize them.


We are a fully-secure building with key-code locked interior doors for safety; Boise Police are onsite for protection, but you do not need to file a police report to receive services.

Talk With an Advocate

Soft rooms, where you can talk with victim advocates about things you need help with.


Nursery, where children can play and be kids, while you are receiving services.
Fully Equipped Medical Rooms
Where you can receive forensic exams and medical treatment, without having to go to an urgent care or emergency room.
Soft Rooms
Soft rooms, where you can meet with victim witness coordinators, detectives, social workers, victim advocates, prosecutors, legal providers, and medical personnel, all in one place.
Medical & Soft Room
A medical room attached to a soft room, where you can talk with staff and receive medical treatment, so you don’t have to move from one room to another.
Medical Room for Teens
Medical rooms, where teenagers receive head-to-toe medical evaluations and medical care.
Child-Friendly Medical Room
Medical rooms, where children receive specialized care and medical treatment.
Child-Friendly Soft Room
Soft rooms, where children meet specialized social workers to talk about their experiences.