Welcome to Hope's Door

Statistics indicate that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men will experience domestic violence during their lifetimes. Many are reluctant to seek help because of the fear and shame involved with being abused by someone you love. If you are or think you might be in an abusive relationship, please know that you are NOT alone, it is NOT your fault, and that HELP is available. If you know someone who is being abused, there are things you can do to help.

Since 1986, Hope's Door has offered safety, shelter, healing, and hope to individuals and families affected by domestic violence. Our services are designed to help everyone in a family who is affected - from victim to abuser. All services to survivors are free of charge and strictly confidential.

We need your help to continue our mission.





Join us for an Evening of Hope, a Night in Morrocco on Saturday, November 7th! Contact Suzanne Bock Grishman or Ellie Claffey at events@hopesdoorinc.org for more information.

Register for tables and tickets here.

Last week to register for Strides Against Violence 5K and Family Fun Run is October 17th! Register at www.stridestx.org. Online registration through Noon October 16 and we'll have day-of registration too.

It will be a great day for a run - sunny and 84 for the high on Saturday.

New for Gala - The After Party

If you cannot join us for the entire evening at An Evening of Hope gala, please come and celebrate with us and close out the silent auction.

More information and tickets are available on the The After Party Event Page.

Changing Habits & Changing Lives

Our Battering Intervention and Prevention (BIPP) courses serve to eliminate abusive behavior, bring peace to relationships, and maintain a commitment to safety of domestic violence victims. For more information please visit our What We Do page and be sure to check out the brochure for more details!