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Support Services and Classes

Faces of Hope provides services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, stalking, and human trafficking. 

These services are available at both locations.

Click on the title to learn more about each service.

  • Protection Orders

    A member of our team can help you complete a protection order form which can typically be filed the same day.

    What is a Civil Protection Order (CPO)? This is a civil court order that can help to protect you by preventing offenders from contacting you. You do not need an attorney to request a Protection Order and it is free to apply. Call Faces at (208) 986-4357 and a staff member will help you complete and file the form. You can file your protection order at Faces of Hope or at the Ada County Courthouse.

    Learn more about Protection Orders here.

  • Safety Planning

    A trained advocate will collaborate with you to customize a safety plan. Call 208-986-4357 to discuss your options and schedule a time to make a plan. 

    You can create a safety plan specific to your physical, psychological, and emotional needs. This can help you feel safe and secure in different scenarios. Your plan is designed to assist you with preparing to leave, while you are leaving, after you leave or if you are wanting to stay in the relationship safely. Once finished, you will be given a certificate of completion. Call today for help or to schedule a time to make a safety plan

    Learn more about safety planning here.

  • Legal Resources

    Faces of Hope’s Attorney, in collaboration with the University of Idaho College of Law Family Justice Clinic, offers legal assistance to survivors of interpersonal violence seeking civil protection orders and navigating various civil court matters such as divorce, custody disputes, evictions, and name changes. Third-year law students, licensed by the Idaho Supreme Court, may represent clients in court for Civil Protection Orders under the supervision of clinical faculty members from the University of Idaho. The availability for representation depends on the availability of our Foundation Attorney, Law Clinic students, and their Supervising Attorney.

    Both a Faces of Hope intake and a legal intake must be completed prior to any meeting with the FOH Attorney or a law school clinician.

  • Case Management

    Case managers provide services to Faces of Hope clients that indicate needing assistance with their basic needs. Individuals are assisted in setting asset-based, trauma-informed goals related to housing, employment, medical, completing victims’ compensation applications, and more. These services are free. For more information, please call 208-986-4357.


Other Support Services

  • Hope's Closet

    Hope’s Closet provides clothing and hygiene supplies to clients at Faces of Hope. This resource is available on a case-by-case basis. Available items include shampoo, conditioner, soap, combs, razors, period products, toothbrushes, pepper spray, diapers, and more. The closet includes men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing and shoes – all new with tags.

  • Emergency Assistance – Gas, Grocery, Hotel, and Lyft

    In times of emergent need, Faces of Hope Foundation can supply gas and grocery gift cards, as well as brief emergency stays at a local hotel while other arrangements are made. If a taxi or Lyft is needed to get to and from Faces of Hope for appointments, a staff member can set that up in advance or the same day. These services are provided on a case-by-case basis. 


Classes & Support Groups

Please call 208.986.4357 (HELP) to sign up for classes.

Click here for directions and contact information.

  • Trauma-Informed Yoga

    Sessions focus on yoga poses and slow movements that are proven to relax the brain and assist with decreasing symptoms related to trauma. Yoga Nidra is a passive and meditative form of yoga that focuses on breath work, relaxation, and releasing tension from your body. Space is limited and a reservation is required to attend.

    When: 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. – offsite in Meridian

    Intake must be completed prior to attending –  Call 208-986-4357 Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm

  • Going to Court with Confidence

    Help familiarize you with the typical court environment and common expectations and give you tools for taming anxiety. This support group provides education and relaxation for upcoming court hearings.

    When: 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 4:00 - 5:00 pm

    To sign up: Call 208-986-4357 Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5pm

  • Safety Planning Class

    This class is for those seeking a safety plan to drop a No Contact Order. Trained advocates and case managers collaborate with participants to create a safety plan to address their physical, physiological, and emotional needs. This can help you feel safe and secure in a number of different scenarios. If you would like a safety plan to modify or drop a Criminal No Contact Order, you must come to the class and be actively engaged to receive a certificate.

    When: By appointment

    Intake must be completed prior to attending – Call 208-986-4357 Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Child watch is available onsite upon request.

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