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Kansas City Domestic Violence Shelter and Services

domestic violence hotlineAvailable 24 hours a day, anyone suffering from abuse (women, teens, men) may call the Kansas City metro-area domestic violence hotline for help, support or immediate shelter. Reasonable accommodations for interpreters and auxiliary aids are available.

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For information about Hope House and the services we offer, please call the

Hope House Hotline at:
816.461.HOPE (4673)

To reach any of the six Kansas City area shelters call the metro hotline at: 816.HOTLINE (468.5463)
TTY (English): 1.800.735.2966
TTY (Spanish/Español): 1.800.520.7309

If you are a victim of domestic violence of know someone that needs assistance, please contact our Hope House Hotline OR call or text 911.

Please do not provide contact information or request domestic violence assistance via our Facebook page or Facebook messenger as we will be unable to provide you response or assistance.

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Hope House Domestic Violence Services:




  • Safe, confidential shelter for up to 122 women and children per day
  • Individual/Group therapy
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Referrals for housing, financial, medical and legal aid
  • On-site clothing & supply closet
  • Case management services
  • Extended Stay Program
  • Hotel voucher for men
  • Individual counseling for non-residential victims (adults & children)
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Support groups with child care provided
  • Support for friends and family
  • Hospital-based advocacy program
  • Supervised visitation center for safe exchange and therapeutic visits with non-custodial parents
  • Emergency Ex-Parte orders
  • Contract attorney to assist with divorce and child custody issues (current clients only)
  • Court advocacy programs in 12 courts in Kansas City and eastern Jackson County, Missouri

Speakers’ Bureau

  • Domestic violence training for law enforcement and medical professionals
  • Information on domestic violence issues
  • Volunteer program

For more information on these prevention programs, please click here.

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence