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 Coordinated Crisis Response Hotline:
Monday - Friday 8a.m. - 5p.m.
If you are homeless or at risk of losing your home, we can 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.
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.
Be a Samaritan. Make a Difference.
Share our story, volunteer or donate to our cause - no amount of support is too little.
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.
Be a Samaritan. Join the Mission.
Make a Difference.
Samaritan House is extremely proud of the positive impact we’ve had in Hampton Roads. In the past 12 months:
- We provided housing for 272 individuals, (180+ families and 65% are children.)
- We provided 700 individuals with Victim Advocacy,crisis intervention, safety planning and court accompaniment.
- 275 children received trauma assessments, art & play therapy, counseling and academic support through our Children’s Center of Excellence.
- 400+ clients received Case Management support.
None of this would be possible without the continued support of our community. We thank those of you who support our mission and hope you continue assisting us through financial and in-kind donations or volunteering your time.
- Annual Partnership (ongoing)
Pledge financial support and collaborate with Samaritan House on various programs, special events, projects and activities for twelve months. Receive excellent return on investment through public exposure, joint marketing opportunities, positive community image, employee involvement and potential new clients for your company.
- Community Projects (ongoing or one-time):
Adopt a property or room at one of the Samaritan House emergency houses and provide maintenance and repairs. Whether you work on an inside or outdoor space, you and your group can make the property more warm and inviting for our clients to enjoy by cleaning, renovating or improving a property.
- Company Sponsored Fundraising (one-time or annually):
Get creative. Engage employees. Make it a competition. Great team building exercise. Company can be involved by offering matching gifts and receive full benefits of Annual Partnership.
- Committee Participation (ongoing – annually)
Consider volunteering your time on our board or a committee.
Board of Directors /Foundation Board /Development Committee /100 Men /Women Against Violence, (WAV)
- Special Event Partnerships (ongoing)
- Share your Skills (ongoing or one-time):
Consider volunteering your time as a group or individually to teach life skills, career skills, computer literacy, or anything our clients and their children may need or enjoy.
- Get Creative (one-time or ongoing):
Come up with ideas of your own and plan an event or activity to fund raise for Samaritan House programs.
- In-Kind Donations/Drive (one-time or ongoing):
Host a food, clothing, furniture or toiletry drive on behalf of our clients or office supply drive for the Samaritan House offices.
For partnership opportunities, please contact:
For volunteer opportunities, please contact
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Support An Event
Thank you for your interest in raising funds and awareness for Samaritan House. One of the many ways to support Samaritan House is by hosting a benefit to raise funds for Samaritan House. It can be as simple or elaborate, as you like.
Submit event information to Marketing and Events Coordinator, Eva Fuze.