With its origin as a grassroots effort, in 1978, to combat the growing epidemic that is domestic violence, Hospitality House has persevered in the fight to end the cycle and empower survivors. With an original capacity to fill five beds for seven days, our facility now offers 27 beds to women and their children for up to 90 days. Be sure to check out our services; we are so much more than a shelter.

Our Mission

Through crisis intervention, steadfast support services and community collaboration, Hospitality House for Women Inc. offers a safe, nonjudgmental vessel through which our community and our survivors learn the possibilities and the importance of leading safe, self-sufficient, nonviolent lifestyles.

We are a nonprofit, 501(c)3 agency, fueled by the needs of our survivors and supported by the generosity of our community.