Let us help you find peace and safety.

H.O.P.E Victim's Advocacy Services is committed to helping you overcome. Survival is of the upmost importance and we are here not to just merely see to it that you survive, but that you live your life as your best you, and as a OVERCOMER

Our Mission

H.O.P.E’s mission is to change the acculturation of societal hierarchies that affect domestic violence victim's legally, socially and environmentally by providing them with adequate support, advocacy, and empowerment.

We understand the need, its significant...

and we are here to help.


In 2015, 54 people died in Washington State as a result of Domestic Violence.

-2015 WSDVF


Pierce County reported the highest number of domestic violence related homicides and suicides in 2015.


-2015 WSDVF


In at least 45% of domestic violence homicide cases, the abuser committed the homicide after the relationship ended or when the victim was in the process of leaving. 


-2015 WSDVF


1 in 3 women and 1 and 4 men in the united states have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner.


-2015 ncadv


1 in 3 women and 1 and 4 men in the united states have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner.


-2015 ncadv

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253.202.4025

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