Our Response to COVID-19

The Hudson Valley House of Hope is committed to continuing providing services to victims and survivors of domestic violence during the ongoing coronavirus health pandemic. To ensure all services and resources are provided in a safe and healthy environment, we have issued additional protocols and procedures within our facility for all residents, staff, service workers, and volunteers.

Protocols such as social distancing, wearing mask in all communal areas, temperature checks, sanitizing hands and surfaces. Throughout our facility, we have installed touch-less hand sanitizer, paper towel, and hand wash dispensers. We also provide personal protective equipment to every resident for use in the facility and as they interact throughout the community for needed resources. Signage has been posted throughout the facility to remind everyone of these protocols as well as encourage all that we truly are in this together and inspire hope for a healthy tomorrow.

Our health and safety protocols and procedures added due to COVID-19 will be in effect until it is deemed safe by State and Federal agencies.

Domestic Violence Resources

Whether you are a victim, survivor or advocating on behalf of a loved one, these State and National resources can provide helpful information and aid in developing a safety plan.
As you explore these resources, please remember there is Hope and you are not alone.

STATE

NATIONAL

FOR SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE

Call Our 24-hour Hotline: (845) 765-0294

Partners of Hope

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