Hope’s Door seeks to end domestic violence and to empower victims to achieve safety, independence, and healing from the trauma of abuse.
Fulfilling Our Mission
Hope’s Door prevents, responds to, and partners to end domestic and intimate partner violence and other forms of abuse. We provide a 24/7/365 crisis, support and information hotline (the gateway to all our services) as well as emergency shelter to ensure individuals are safe from the threat of violence. Engaging in domestic violence education and training in schools and community centers throughout Westchester County, Hope’s Door offers counseling, advocacy and legal services for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. All of our services are provided free of charge to victims and survivors; we rely on the generosity of private and corporate donors as well as federal, state and county grants.
We Welcome You
If you or a friend or family member are living with abuse, we welcome you to call us.
Domestic Abuse and Human Trafficking do not discriminate by gender, race, creed, color, ethnicity, disability, socio-economic status, immigration status, or sexual orientation. Neither does Hope’s Door. We welcome everyone and work to overcome each victim’s unique barriers to safety.
Our trauma informed approach to domestic violence and human trafficking counseling and advocacy means we attend to survivors’ emotional as well as physical safety, in an environment that is inclusive, welcoming, destigmatizing, and non-retraumatizing.
If you want to help us end domestic violence by volunteering or donating, we welcome you to call us.