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

Faces of Hope Foundation provides services to those affected by interpersonal violence immediately and at no cost.
Visit our Support Services page to learn more about how we can help you and your family, or call 208.577.4400.

Community Resources

Click on the organization to be directed to their website.

Ada County Prosecutors Domestic Violence Case Orientation & Resource Program (DVCORP)

For Assistance in Canyon County, contact the Nampa Family Justice Center 208.475.5700.

For more community resources, visit Find Help Idaho.

Emergency Housing

  • Faces of Hope Foundation: 208.577.4400
    • Short-term emergency hotel stays for domestic violence survivors
    • Face of Hope can also arrange for lock changes for those staying in their own residences.


Abuse & Violence Resources

Always call 911 in emergencies!

Legal Assistance & Information

  • Faces of Hope Foundation: 208.577.4400
    • In partnership with the University of Idaho, Faces of Hope can help with protection orders, custody disputes, and housing issues (certain conditions apply).
  • Idaho Legal Aid: 208.746.7541
  • Intermountain Fair Housing Council / IFHC: 208.383.0695
    • Helps represent individuals who feel they are being discriminated against in their housing
  • State-by-state information about laws including protective and restraining orders and child custody laws.
  • VINE allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day. Victims and other concerned citizens can also register to be notified by phone, email or TTY device.