For forty years, the Shelter Home of Caldwell County has been a haven for women and children who need safe shelter services to begin their recovery from the trauma of family violence. Since opening our doors in 1978, we have provided services for over 10,000 victims from Caldwell County and the surrounding area.


  • Provide safety and basic needs to victims of domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault
  • Listen, help clients identify their options and discover their strengths
  • Provide information, referrals, and positive support for change
  • Provide safe shelter services
  • Inform, educate and provide prevention services to the community

“Dear Staff,

I just wanted to say how grateful I am to have y’all in my life. Y’all are some amazing and good-hearted women. You make me want to be a great woman for myself and my children. Thank you for all that you have done for me… (you) are my heroes and you have showed me I am worth it and that I’m stronger than I thought I was. Thank you so much! ”