Housing and Shelter Programs for Victims of Domestic Violence in Caldwell, Idaho

Advocates Against Family Violence (AAFV) works with resources throughout Caldwell, Nampa, Boise, Meridian, and surrounding areas to connect victims of domestic abuse with affordable housing and emergency shelters for individuals and families.
 
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Hope’s Door Shelter

Hope’s Door was opened in 2004 as a sanctuary for victims of domestic violence to seek refuge before more lives might be taken.
Hope’s Door is the only domestic violence shelter for women and children in Canyon County. We provide protection not only for victims of Canyon County, but to the entire state of Idaho and across the country.
Hope’s Door Shelter has 28 private bedrooms where women and their children have the security and safety needed to begin moving forward with a violence-free future.
When staying at Hope’s Door, survivors can take part in many different educational courses that focus on healthy relationships and life skills. Our goal is to empower individuals to set the course for eliminating violence in their lives and throughout our community.

Transitional Housing For Domestic Violence Victims

While Hope’s Door is available for 120 days of emergency housing for women and children, AAFV is establishing Hope Plaza, Phase II. This will provide housing opportunities for those transitioning from emergency assistance to more permanent homes.

Hope Plaza Apartments is a 48-unit family housing community located in Caldwell, Idaho. Phase II will bring the county to 78 units. These apartments have:
  • 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom options
  • On-site management
  • A full complement of appliances (refrigerator, stove, microwave, garbage disposal, dishwasher and washer/dryer hookups)
  • A private patio/deck with exterior storage.  

Rents are based on income and vary accordingly.  HOPE Plaza accepts residents with SICHA/Section 8 Vouchers or other rental assistance.
HOPE Plaza Apartments also has a large community center which houses a children’s learning center and has many amenities for resident use including meeting rooms, computer facilities, an exercise facility with equipment, common laundry, and on-site office for the property manager. 
This location has a variety of site amenities including walking areas with benches, a picnic area and children’s play area.   HOPE Plaza Apartments also offers security cameras for enhanced resident security.
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Safe and Sober Living

The housing facilities within AAFV are also sober living centers. Abuse victims can get help with sober living benefits while also seeking shelter away from domestic abuse.
In addition to helping individuals and families establish safe places to live, Advocates Against Family Violence also provides necessary access to food and clothing for needing to separate themselves from dangerous environments.

Advocates Against Family Violence (AAFV) wants to eliminate domestic abuse. Let us help you find a safe place to live and connect you with programs that can empower you to start fresh. If you are in Caldwell, Nampa, Boise, Meridian, Kuna, or surrounding areas, reach out today.
Help is available now in Canyon County, Ada County, and throughout Idaho.
Let us show you how to find it. Call for help: (208) 459- 4779
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Help for individuals and families affected by domestic abuse is available now.
We are here 24 hours a day, seven days a week to connect you with the care you need, safely and quickly.
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Located in Caldwell, Idaho
Serving Canyon County, Ada County, and Surrounding Areas


24-Hour Hotline

(208) 459- 4779


Administrative Office

(208) 459- 6330


Hope’s Door Shelter

(208) 459- 6279