If you are experiencing violence, you are not alone.

Whether you are a victim of sexual assault, domestic violence,
stalking or human trafficking - help is available.
Call the 24-hour Samaritan House crisis hotline:

Monday - Friday 8a.m. - 5p.m.

If you are homeless or at risk of losing your home, we can help.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAP). Sadly, over half of the victims we serve are children. Samaritan House is partnering with members of the Hampton Roads business community who are interested in making a difference in the lives of children affected by violence by raising awareness and funding.

To support our efforts, text "SAM" to 50155 to make a donation.

Walk Through a New Door Via Our New Public Service Announcement

We are proud to debut "Doors," our inspiring, new public service message inspired by a domestic abuse survivor and produced to raise awareness of domestic violence and services provided by Samaritan House. If you have not seen the PSA yet, you may do so by following the link below.

You may support our clients and programs by donating online or by texting "SAM" to 50155!

GET HELP

Samaritan House helps victims become survivors through a holistic approach to healing. We offer emergency and permanent housing, case management, counseling, and assistance. in navigating the legal system for men, women and children.

ABOUT US

Since 1984, Samaritan House has been the trusted non-profit resource for issues surrounding violence and homelessness across Hampton Roads.
Our team of dedicated staff and volunteers are committed to empowering our clients and educating the community.

GET INVOLVED

Be a Samaritan. Make a Difference.
Share our story, volunteer or donate to our cause - no amount of support is too little.

GET INFORMED

Violence and homelessness don't discriminate. These issues
cross ethnic, racial, sexual orientation, religious and socioeconomic lines.
Samaritan House is committed to community outreach and education
to provide real solutions for these complex issues.

Make Plans to tune into "Love Shouldn't Hurt" June 5 at 8 p.m.

We are thrilled to announce that our second televised fundraising event will return June 5, 2021, titled Love Shouldn’t Hurt, hosted by Kristen Crowley. Last year’s inaugural televised event reached 71,303 households and promotional ads reached 78% of Hampton Roads in the ten days leading up to the event. We expect to increase viewership this year and have created a number of sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of Love Shouldn’t Hurt, contact Bobby Hall at (212) 603-9228 or via email at bobbyh@samaritanhouseva.org

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Samaritan House Update COVID-19:
We are open, but to keep or clients, staff, and supporters safe, we are limiting our office hours. Please call for an appointment: 757-631-0710. For immediate assistance, call our hotline at 757-430-2120.  Please note, all Samaritan House events are postponed for the time being. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as we learn more.

OUR MISSION

The mission of Samaritan House is to foster personal safety, growth and self-sufficiency in adults and their children through freedom from sexual and domestic violence, human trafficking and homelessness.

Since 1984, Samaritan House has provided emergency and permanent housing, support services and community outreach to victims of violence and homeless families in the Hampton Roads region. We own and operate 14 safe houses for emergency shelter for individuals and families fleeing violence and those at risk of losing their homes. Samaritan House utilizes a holistic approach to meet the needs of those in crisis. Our clients receive support through case management, counseling, victim advocacy, nutrition assistance, transportation, access to medical care and vocational training. Our children’s program works with youth to establish healthy relationships, build self-confidence and break the cycles of violence. 65% of the clients we serve are children.

The increased diversity in Hampton Roads has added cultural, social and economic benefits to our community. Samaritan House is sensitive to the fact that certain groups often encounter marginalization and face barriers to receiving support services. We seek to increase access and inclusivity, especially for those who are marginalized, disadvantaged or oppressed. Samaritan House strives to promote equal access to all individuals in need of support services. We offer these services free from discrimination based on ethnicity, language, race, age, ability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, family status, income, immigrant or refugee status, nationality, place of birth, political or religious affiliation. Violence doesn’t discriminate, and neither do we.

Samaritan House is proud to have earned a 2021 Platinum Seal of Transparency from Guidestar!

Learn more about our organization’s impact HERE.

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