Avenues for Hope 2021

Today marks the beginning of Avenues for Hope! From now until the 31st, you can double your impact by giving through this campaign. Faces of Hope participates in this annual campaign with other nonprofits and school districts that provide housing and/or supportive services to low-income or homeless Idahoans. This fundraiser is an opportunity to unite […]

A Thank You to Our Board

Thank you to our outgoing board members! Faces of Hope would like to acknowledge our outgoing board members for their hard work and dedication while serving our organization. One of the most challenging volunteer positions is as a board member, and we are so grateful for all of the hard work that board members put […]

Jean Fisher Retires After 33 Years

Last month we said goodbye to our Chief Operating Officer, Jean Fisher. After 33 years passionately serving as a deputy prosecuting attorney at the Ada County Prosecutors office and as our COO for Faces of Hope, Jean decided it was time to retire. Jean dedicated her career to advocating for child crime victims. She prosecuted […]

A Changing Story (2006 – 2016)

In just one decade, so much changed for Faces of Hope. From the organization’s name to the number of collaborative partners. In 2004, three prosecuting attorneys, Greg Bower, Jean Fisher, and Jan Bennetts, envisioned a victim assistance center containing every type of service a victim needs in one building. This One Door dream became a reality in […]

Wrap-around Support

Faces of Hope (Faces) partners with nearly 20 organizations to provide wrap-around support for people who experience interpersonal violence. Faces of Hope Foundation’s case managers and advocates help clients create safety plans, fill out civil protection orders, and obtain civil legal advice at no cost. The Boise Police Department’s Special Victims Unit (SVU), located at […]

Who We Serve

Faces of Hope (formerly known as FACES Family Justice Center) has served thousands of individuals since 2006. Faces helps victims who have experienced interpersonal violence. Interpersonal violence includes domestic violence (physical and/or emotional abuse), sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, and stalking. In 2020, Faces provided service to more than 2,300 people, 433 suffering from […]

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