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Tour Faces of Hope Victim Center
Tuesday, December 17, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM MST
Category: Events

Located on the corner of 6th and Myrtle in Boise, Faces of Hope Victim Center is a one-stop triage facility, in which seventeen community organizations collaborate to provide crisis services for those affected by domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and stalking. Victims are provided free medical care, legal services, counseling, and safety classes. They are also ensured the basic needs of life in a safe environment. By providing co-location of services, the potential is reduced that individuals and families in crisis will miss vital resources. It also reduces the number of times that they must retell their story to minimize further trauma. 

Join I-WIL and Faces of Hope Foundation Board President Carolyn Holly and Executive Director Paige Dinger, for a tour of the center on December 17, from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Learn more about the hope, healing, and justice that takes place in this special facility. (Free event, register below)

417 South 6th Street, Boise, ID 83702


If you would like to bring a donation for Faces of Hope Victim Center, here is a list of the items they could use:
  • New clothing to fill Hope's Closet--it is a beautiful space where women can choose up to a week's worth of clothing. The items must still have tags, but they take men, women, and children's clothing.  
  • Food and gas cards--they often give people food or gas cards to help take care of their basic needs. They typically give $30.00 Winco food cards and $20.00 Maverick Gas cards, but they will take anything!!
  • Full size/new shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, deodorant, or chapstick.
  • Pepper spray--this is in high demand!! It empowers their victims!!


Please do not park at Trader Joe's, to ensure you don’t get a parking ticket. Faces of Hope asks that people visiting the center park on the street or pay for parking at the surrounding hotels, as their lot needs to remain available for the victims they serve.