Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do
a new thing. Now it shall spring forth; shall you not know, I will even make a road
in wilderness, and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43: 18 & 19

Arising Hope was founded on a vision and a dream. Desperate to assist in ending the
effects of domestic violence on the lives of women, children and even the household
pets; the president and founder started Arising Hope in a single family, three
bedroom and two bathroom house in Denver, Colorado. A survivor of domestic
violence, she was committed to helping give hope, healing and empowerment to
other victims who found themselves in similar situations and circumstances. Arising
Hope runs on the belief and philosophy that every woman, child and family pet has
the innate right to live a life free from physical, emotional, verbal, spiritual and sexual


Arising Hope provides safe and secure emergency housing to victims of domestic
violence. The shelter provides housing, bedding, food, clothing, personal hygiene
items, basic medical items and other specialty items as necessary free-of-charge to
women, their children and their domestic pets for ninety days. During this time
residence have the choice to participate in biblical-based and/or secular counseling and classes. Arising Hope staff and volunteers will assist victims on legal concerns, safety planning,secondary housing, transportation, life-skills coaching, employment and/or job training and any other area of concerns. Arising Hope provides to their residence at shelter the following other services: individual counseling, support groups, child, youth and pet care services.


Arising Hope provides many services that are open to the public; which include but
aren’t limited to: individual counseling, group counseling, biblical classes and secular classes, life-skills coaching, job training, fundraising activities and events, educational and spiritual training and seminars, and we provide professional public and guest speakers for companies, organizations, churches and schools on domestic violence, safety planning and teen dating violence. Arising Hope also provides community educational presentations regarding general domestic violence concerns and corporate training for government and business owner’s. Day-care, Youth-care and Pet-care services are only offered to victims who are living at the shelter and are not offered to the general public.
For immediate assistance call our 24 hour phone line  303-280-3180
Arising Hope        2012
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