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Highlights of Hope

Save the date! New Hope’s annual Highlights of Hope community celebration will be on June 13th from 6-8pm at The Atrium at Dean College. Tickets on sale now for $45 in recognition of our 45th Anniversary!

Give Back Where it Counts!

Head to the North Attleboro Shaw’s this month at 125 Robert Toner Boulevard and grab a $3 Give Back Where it Counts bag! $1 from each purchase will go to New Hope and supporting survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

FY2023 Impact Report is here!

Check out what New Hope was up to in FY2023 in our new Impact Report.

May is Supervised Visitation Month

Supervised Visitation is provided to non-custodial parents who have a prior history of domestic or sexual violence. This is often required because of the non-custodial parent’s past history of violence, an existing restraining order, or other issues which could affect the safety and well-being of the child. Supervised Visitation programs were established to ensure the safety and wellbeing of families during the time of contact between the non-custodial parent and child. It also enables an ongoing relationship between the non-custodial parent and their child in a safe environment.

May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! This year’s focus is on Advancing Leaders Through Innovation.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. What do you do to take care of your mental health? Show yourself some extra care this month!

Show your support!

Wear your support for New Hope proudly while helping people achieve safe, happy, healthy lives!

NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: Holiday and New Hope Sweatshirts, T-Shirts, Mugs, Water Bottles and more.

Proceeds from sales go to supporting programs for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence survivors.

Know The Facts

Free and Confidential resources are available. Learn to identify the signs and tactics of abuse. Domestic violence can also be known as battering, intimate partner violence, and/or dating abuse. Partner abuse happens in all communities across all social, ethnic, racial, age, and economic lines.

What is New Hope?

New Hope engages survivors, stakeholders and communities to build an anti-violence movement.  Using a trauma-informed practice, we work with those impacted by sexual and domestic violence, as well as those persons who use abuse in their intimate relationships.  We are committed to practices that promote racial and gender equity, while also elevating persons living with disabilities, LGBTQAI+ identified persons and immigrants.

24/7 access to free support and resources

For immediate assistance call the hotline
1-800-323-HOPE (4673)

Community Resources

Training and Education


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