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We must insist on being a community where the most vulnerable among us can find hope, safe haven, and support—not only to escape violence, but to rise above their pasts and rebuild their lives.

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Now through April 30, we're asking for your input. Take a short survey to help The Friendship Center improve our services and better support our community.

Take Our Community Survey

Whether you’re a partner agency we work with, a former or current client, a passionate supporter, or a member of our community who shares our vision for eliminating violence, we want to hear from you!


Our Services

We serve those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, and Jefferson counties. If you or someone you know needs help, we have a team of advocates who can assist you with a variety of services.

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Through education and outreach, we strive to empower our community to understand and prevent violence and abuse. Check out our resources to learn about some of the challenges survivors face and how you can help.


Get Involved

Partners and supporters throughout our community have helped The Friendship Center bring hope, safe haven, and support to those fleeing violence for over 50 years. Learn more about what you can do to support survivors in your community.

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Our Roots, Our Future

With the demand for our services higher than ever, we're growing to meet our community's needs. Learn how you can help.

Upcoming Events

Our anonymous help line is staffed 24/7, ready to respond to emergency calls from those seeking support.

We believe in meeting victims where they are, standing shoulder to shoulder as their advocates, helping them to find their own voices and dreams.

It takes courage to leave everything behind and start over, fleeing a violent life in search of one filled with dignity and hope. 

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