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24-hour Crisis Hotline (1-800-460-7233)

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. Otherwise, our 24-hour crisis hotline is answered seven days a week, 365 days a year. The hotline is the first step in seeking help for sexual assault and domestic violence.

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We Believe

Hope Alliance operates under the belief that physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse of one human being by another is unacceptable. We believe that all abuse diminishes or prohibits the full expression of life and growth that is every person’s right.

Research Participation Request

Participants are needed for a research study examining how women make sense of their experience of sexual assault and manage their recovery. If you are a woman aged 18 years or older and have experienced one or more incidents of unwanted sexual contact as an adult (i.e., when you were 16 years or older), you are eligible to participate. Your responses to the survey items will be kept confidential. The online survey takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. Please click this link connect to the consent form and questionnaire:

To thank you for your participation, you may enter an optional drawing awarding a $25 gift card to 20 randomly selected persons. If you wish to be entered into the drawing without participating in the study, please send an email to requesting to do so. This research protocol has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board for protection of human subjects at the University of Tennessee UTK IRB-18-04792-XP, expiration 11/06/2019.

Thank you in advance for your help with this project!

For more information contact:

Lauren Hamrick, M.A.
University of Tennessee
Department of Psychology

Gina P. Owens, Ph.D. (Faculty Advisor)
University of Tennessee
Department of Psychology

Our Impact

There is a growing need for emergency shelter in Williamson County.  


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How to Help

“This is not love, it is a crime.
You cannot look the other way just because you
have not experienced domestic violence with your own flesh.”

-Salma Hayek


Would you like to help answer the hotline, plan birthday parties for kids at the shelter, or stuff envelopes? There are plenty of volunteer opportunities!

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