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Rachel

Rachel

I wasn’t really given an option if I wanted my children back from the system. I needed my own housing. My case worker suggested that I call Hope’s Door and get on the waiting list. That’s what I did! When I came to actually live at Hope’s Door, I met with Jen and we did […]

AAFV Receives Health Grant From St. Luke’s

AAFV Receives Health Grant From St. Luke’s

CALDWELL, IDAHO – Advocates Against Family Violence’s Hope Lane Learning Center has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement Fund. The Hope Lane Learning Center provides a safe, nurturing environment with fun, focused learning activities for all ages. HLLC currently uses Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move!’ program as an integral part […]

Judy

Judy

Before coming to Hope’s Door, I was abused by my son who had learned abuse from my many relationships, which were all abusive. I lost my home, my car was damaged, and I lost my job. Since staying at Hope’s Door, I have had a safe place to come to. Classes like Self-Esteem, Boundaries & […]

Crystal

Crystal

Success stories are from survivors that have used our programs and services. Read Crystal’s story below and learn how AAFV has started helping her during her time of need. My name is Crystal, I moved into Hopes Door in April 2016. I was 9 months pregnant and getting out of an abusive situation. I had my […]

From the Idaho Coalition’s Newsletter

From the Idaho Coalition’s Newsletter

Advocates Against Family Violence was featured in the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence’s December Newsletter. Read what the Coalition had to say about AAFV below! Advocates Against Family Violence Staff Hope, healing, and strength are core values of Advocates Against Family Violence, and those values emanated from Kim Deugan, Executive Director, as she […]