Our Services

We are proud to offer immediate safety and a wide range of supportive services for survivors, while working to create lasting change through prevention education.

Emergency Shelter Supportive Services Youth and Family Housing Support Prevention Education

How we help
Survivors thrive

our survivor-centered approach

We collaborate with survivors, community partners, and volunteers to create pathways for transformation. Our interconnected supports range from emergency shelter to on-site and community-based supportive services for domestic violence survivors, to prevention education for students and adults.

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Who do we serve?

Raphael House proudly serves anyone impacted by domestic violence regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigration status, primary language, or sexuality.

Multigenerational families with kids (and adults) of all ages are supported, and we welcome pets!


Within our emergency shelter, Raphael House incorporates a number of best practices into our unique survivor Engagement Model. Using Trauma-Informed Care as the foundation, along with Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Assertive Engagement as the methods, our many programs collaborate seamlessly to provide wraparound supports for all families engaged in our services. Combined, these strengths-based approaches create a foundation of hope, and encourage long-term safety and stability.

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Our shelter provides so much more than safe space: our programs include wraparound services that are available for as long as a family needs them—so that help and a supportive community are always just one call away.

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