There are many ways to get involved and help out those in need. Volunteers can get involved in childcare, support groups, and participating with community events. Click here for the New Hope/Kids Hope volunteer application.

We often have needs for volunteers to watch client's children while they're in group sessions.

We often have needs for volunteers to help with support groups.

We often have needs for for assistance at local community events where New Hope/Kids Hope has a presence.

The New Hope Clothing Closet makes donated items available to our clients. We need volunteers to sort items and place into the boutique. This project is ongoing and would be great for a group. Click for more information.

Another great resource for local volunteer opportunities is JustServe.org, just type in your zipcode to see how you can give back to those in need in our local community.

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OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH. What’s the difference between domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and gender-based violence?➡️ “Domestic violence” and “intimate partner violence” can be used interchangeably to describe a pattern of abusive behavior and coercive control that can happen in a dating, marital, or live-in (or ex-) intimate partner relationship.➡️ “Intimate partner violence” often feels more inclusive because it more explicitly recognizes that people in any type of romantic relationship can experience abuse by a partner–regardless of age, gender identity, sexuality, or “formal” relationship status.➡️ “Domestic violence” may tend to feel less inclusive, because sometimes people assume the term only refers to married couples or heterosexual relationships (even though this isn’t true).➡️ “Gender-based violence” is an umbrella category for violence directed at an individual based on their biological sex or gender identity. It includes physical, sexual, verbal, emotional, and psychological abuse, threats, coercion, and economic or educational deprivation, whether occurring in public or private life. Domestic violence (or “intimate partner violence”) is one form of gender-based violence. Sexual assault is another form of gender-based violence.#Every1KnowsSome1 #DVAM ... See MoreSee Less
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