General Questions

No. FavorHouse has an outreach program that provides counseling, support groups, court advocacy, and other services for victims of domestic violence.

FavorHouse provides safety and support to survivors of domestic violence and their families. Residents have access to fully functioning kitchens and a communal living room. They are free to leave the shelter as needed to tend to personal matters.

An injunction for protection provides you with legal protection against someone who threatens your life and safety. FavorHouse representatives help clients understand the legal process, assist with safety planning, and provide referrals. While the injunction for protection is a legal document enforceable by law, it does not guarantee personal safety, so safety planning should always be done when obtaining an injunction for protection.

Yes. FavorHouse offers extensive training opportunities for a variety of audiences including community organizations, government, schools, professionals, and businesses. All trainings are delivered by professionally trained FavorHouse educators.

The Offender Program is designed to hold batterers accountable for their violence. The FavorHouse Offender Program for men is a 24-week state certified curriculum where program participants examine how their beliefs, values, and attitudes influence their decision to use violence and then learn healthy alternatives. The Domestic Violence Intervention Program for Women is a 24-week curriculum that is similar in nature to the men’s program, but addresses topics that are specific to women’s issues.

There are two main ways to support FavorHouse: by donating your time as a volunteer and by donating your resources.
Yes. We provide shelter and services to both male and female victims.


Business Hours

  • Monday-Sunday: 24 hours

Our Mission

With a commitment to excellence in our service to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, we actively work toward every intimate relationship to be violence free.

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