I had a redaer request faith based domestic violence resources, this is what I could find online. Please check the source for accuracy.

If anyone knows of any church or spiritual resources, please post!

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) 1.800.787.3224 (TTY)
Anonymous & Confidential Help 24/7.

Shalom Bayit: Ending Domestic Violence in Jewish Homes (for teens & adults). Oakland, CA:

St. Rita Ministry, (Domestic Violence Resource Ministry at Holy Family Catholic Church, Orlando FL:

Vida Nueva Christian Reformed Church of Miami Lakes, Fla offers domestic violence support group:

ILLINOIS: Focus Ministries, Elmhurst. Support Groups, Prayer, Education/Training, Newsletter, Resources. :

MICHIGAN: Looking For My Sister, Oak Park. Spiritual Counseling, Support Groups, Transitional Housing, Education/Training, Youth Programs.


The Dwelling Place St. Paul: Christian-Based Transitional Housing, Support Groups, Counseling & Bible Studies/Prayer Ministry: :

Hiding, Hurt Healing, Biblically based support group for women who have been abused and are seeking to rebuild their lives:

MONTANA: Blackfeet Domestic Abuse Program, Browning. Reduce domestic violence on Blackfeet reservation includes a 13-week structured program for abusers that will be provided in lieu of jail, with a major focus on developing participants’ cultural identity and tribal values.
Blackfeet Domestic Abuse Program
Blackfeet Tribe
Browning, MT 59417

VIRGINIA: Bethany House, Alexandria (Shelter and Support).
Domestic Violence Helpline: 703-658-9500:

WASHINGTON D.C. METRO AREA: Ayuda (for children and adults) offers holistic, multi-lingual legal and social assistance for low-income immigrants in the areas of immigration, human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault:


Domestic Violence Prevention & Education in Faith-Based Communities (Interfaith, Islam, Christianity and Judiasm included)::

Spiritual Sude of Domestic Violence, Biblical Perspective on Domestic Violence:

How to Start a Christian Support Group in Your Community: :

“churches can make the goal of ending domestic abuse a prominent part of their ministry…Standing together, churches can become powerful first-responder networks that help create zero tolerance for intimate partner and dating violence throughout the communities they serve. First, pastors and their teams must learn to recognize the signs and, then, how to address domestic abuse without jeopardizing the abused person’s safety.” Domestic Violence and the Church (What churches can to stop domestic violence & support families):