Creating Pathways to HOPE for women, children, and men who are victims of domestic violence and related sexual assault through collaborative, integrated multi-disciplinary centers, teams, and initiatives in order to break the generational cycle of violence and abuse in families.
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Alliance for HOPE International is focused on Creating Pathways to HOPE for survivors and their children.

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Be a HOPE Giver

Your donation will help send a traumatized child to camp, provide civil legal help to survivors, and much more.

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Speaking & Training

Casey Gwinn and Gael Strack and a team national experts speak and train across the country.

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About Alliance for HOPE International

We are one of the leading systems and social change organizations in the country focused on creating innovative, collaborative, trauma-informed approaches to meeting the needs of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children. Alliance for HOPE International and its allied Centers serve more than 150,000 survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children each year in the United States. The Alliance supports multi-agency Centers in more than ten countries and trains more than 10,000 multidisciplinary professionals every year.

Programs of Alliance for HOPE International include:

  • Family Justice Center Alliance
  • Camp HOPE America
  • VOICES Survivor Network
  • Justice Legal Network
  • Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

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Malloy, Greenwood and McNamara address UN Women’s Conference on Gender Equality
May 17, 2016

By: Nancy Doniger NEW YORK – Cathy Malloy, first lady of Connecticut, Debra Greenwood, CEO of the Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport and Fairfield Police  Continue Reading »

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Micro-Loans Help Victims Find a Pathway to Financial Independence
May 10, 2016

San Diego, CA – May 10, 2016 – Mariel Cota began a life of safety after escaping an abusive relationship. Now she can also start  Continue Reading »

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