Our Mission

To provide a safe, supportive enviroment and promote community awarness to prevent family violence by empowering women and children in abusive situations.

Crisis Line

Toll Free:
24 hours

If you are in immediate danger call 911

About Us

What is the Columbus House of Hope?

Columbus House of Hope is a home where a woman with or without her child(ren) may come if she and/or her child(ren) are being abused physically, sexually, emotionally, verbally or financially by her husband, partner or family.

The location of Columbus House of Hope is confidential, as is information regarding residents.

We are open and ready to be of service to you 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Columbus House of Hope is a safe and secure place where you can receive support, counseling and referrals in a nonviolent atmosphere while you make decisions about your family’s future.

Violence, alcohol and illicit drugs ARE NOT permitted on the premises.

We are committed to:

    • Confidentiality
    • Helping people find realistic alternatives that are available to them
    • Respecting a client’s right to explore
    • Non-judgemental emotional and listening support

How Long Can You Stay?

You may come for only a few hours or days for a quiet place to think and assess your situation and seek help, until you feel confident you wish to return to your home.

Or, you may stay for up to  ONE MONTH while you begin to re-establish yourself and your family in the community.


Make a donation

HOW CAN YOU HELP? Please support women and children staying at the shelter through the donation of funds, gifts and essential items. Make a donation Online. Click here for more information.

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Become a volunteer

HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER?? You must be at least 18 years of age to volunteer. Both men and women are welcome to volunteer. Click here for more information.