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Hope’s Wings Domestic Violence Program


Hope’s Wings Domestic Violence Program envisions a world where every person lives in a safe environment, free from violence and fear.

Our programs and services are diverse and range from emergency shelter to counseling. Our mission is to empower victims of domestic violence to make safe permanent changes for themselves and their children by providing comprehensive and cohesive services through support, understanding, education, and awareness. We wish to support the path of all survivors as they work to be self sufficient and free from violence.

Selah Benefit Concert

3/2/18 | 7pm | First Baptist Church, Richmond

Get Help

If you or someone you love is a victim of domestic violence,  help is just a phone call away; you can rest assured that your call is confidential. Contact us on our 24 hour help line at 859-623-4095; or toll-free at 1-877-HOPE-040.

We have an emergency shelter, counseling services, child services, transitional housing, and a variety of other programs and services, designed to get you the assistance you need.


Your generous contribution is an investment in the health and safety of our community. Hope’s Wings provides critical human services when families need them the most. By making a gift now, you will help provide life-saving services, shelter, safety, support and access to education and training for victims of domestic violence today and in future generations.

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We could not do this important work without our volunteers. Hope’s Wings is always in need of volunteers to staff our after-hours hotline, provide clerical assistance, support our clients, help plan fundraisers, and do much more.Direct Service Volunteers work directly with the victims of domestic violence that Hope’s Wings serve. our comprehensive training prepares volunteers to assist survivors of domestic violence in dealing with the traumatic impact of family violence.

Blueprint for Safety Madison County Kentucky

United States Domestic Violence Statistics

Statistics are taken from the NCADV website. 


Women Who Have Ever Been a Victim of Physical Violence by an Intimate Partner


Intimate Partner Violence Accounts for a Whopping 15% of all Violent Crime.