New Hope provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services for victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Victims of Crime.
We promise to: listen, believe you, help you get and stay safe, inform you of your options, help you rebuild your life, and keep your information confidential.
It is our vision to empower individuals by providing a safe, confidential and nonjudgmental environment for healing from abuse.
24/7 Hotline: Available for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 911 if there’s an emergency before calling us. Speak to an advocate 24/7, 365 days on our emergency hotline. Advocates can come meet you and provide crisis intervention.
Medical Advocacy: Trained advocates will accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to medical facilities.
Support Groups: Meetings with other survivors of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault that go over a curriculum to teach healthy coping mechanisms and providing group activities on a weekly basis. New Hope provides peer support groups for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call for the location of the one nearest you.
Trainings and Presentations: New Hope provides trainings, workshop, and age appropriate presentations for schools, community agencies and organizations as well as for the business community to educate that domestic violence and sexual assault affects the whole community, not just the victim.
Crisis Intervention: Advocates intervening to provide caring empathetic services in moments of unease.
Information & Referrals: If there is a service we do not provide we can help direct you to the proper help & find other resources. Advocates can also explain New Hopes services and if a certain case may require something out of the scope of New Hope services such as assistance from an attorney.
Safety Planning: Plan made to enhance safety of a client. Step by step advice on how to reduce safety risks. Advocates provide counseling on ways to keep clients safe such as having a “go bag” (Bag with essential items to help client in the event client needs to get up and go at a moment’s notice).
Youth Homeless Advocates: Help with clients in the age range of 12-24 with advocates trained to reduce the number of youth experiencing homelessness in Grant & Adams counties. YHDP advocates support youth to find stable housing and provide assistance with essential items needed.