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If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, the ECDVC can help. Some of the resources and referrals we can provide include:


  • 24/7 Crisis intervention hotline (208) 587-3300
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Short term individual crisis counseling
  • Weekly support group meetings
  • Emergency shelter assistance
  • Legal assistance referrals
  • Education on domestic violence



Want to help Take a Stand against Domestic Violence and volunteer with ECDVC?

The ECDVC is always in need of volunteers. If you or someone you know has a gift in one of the service areas we provide and wants to get involved, stop by our Resource Center to volunteer or contact us via the links provided in the Contact Us section.


Our Resource Center is only open one day a week due to the lack of available volunteers to staff the office. If you have few hours one day a week that you would be willing to volunteer, download the application below and email it to our Volunteer Coordinator!

ECDVC Volunteer Application.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [345.8 KB]

Contact Us


Office Phone: (208) 590-0379
Crisis Hotline: (208) 587-3300


Email Us:


Volunteer Coordinator:


Outreach Program Coordinator:



Resource Center Location:
Stardust Plaza

540 North 2nd East
Mountain Home, Idaho 83647

Walk-in hours: Thursday 10am-2pm


Official Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1136
Mountain Home, Idaho 83647



Upcoming Events

ECDVC Monthly Board Meeting

Tuesday June 14th @ 6 pm

Resource Center

St Luke's Elmore 2016

Children's Health Fair

Saturday June 25th 10am-2pm


Come Join Us and the Rest of the Community at the Hospital Grounds for an Afternoon of Interactive Learning and Games!!!


Most Recent Content

Posted by ECDVC Victim Advocate
5.4.2016 10:23 PM









"But Isn't Divorce a Sin?" by Advocate via The National Domestic Violence Hotline
Religious beliefs are extremely personal and can have a powerful influence on a person’s life. A rich religious or spiritual life can provide meaning and purpose, as well as comfort and hope during dark moments. Unfortunately, in an abusive relationship a victim’s religious beliefs can be used against them.


Posted by ECDVC Victim Advocate
5.4.2016 3:47 PM


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