We restore hope, encourage healing, and inspire strength by providing these resources to Canyon County and over 500,000 individuals in surrounding areas.
Advocates Against Family Violence (AAFV) works to eliminate domestic abuse by helping individuals make positive life changes through counseling, adult and teen outreach, court advocacy, affordable housing, emergency shelter services, and community involvement.
If you need help now, call our 24-Hour Hotline at (208) 459- 4779 or text our crisis line at (208) 614-7671 to find resources near you.
We provide both emergency and affordable housing for domestic violence victims, including Hope’s Door shelter. Hope Lane Learning Center is also a safe and nurturing daytime resource for children aged 6 weeks to 12 years. Read More
We can connect you to the best resources for domestic violence victims in your county. We offer non-judgmental court advocacy, outreach for teens and adults, and family counseling for abuse victims. Read More
❝Our mission at AAFV is to eliminate domestic violence in the lives of all individuals . We serve Canyon County and over 500,000 individuals in the surrounding communities, through restoring hope, encouraging healing and helping those we serve to discover their strength.❞