As we celebrate the end of one year and look forward to a new year, I want to thank you for your friendship and support. Thanks to YOU, Harmony House sheltered 858 adults and children in 2019 and served another 129 survivors through our community outreach program. YOU enabled these victims to become survivors; to […]
Harmony Heroes Job Description Harmony Heroes are special individuals who are nominated by Harmony House supporters and selected by Harmony House’s Development Staff and/or the Harmony Heroes planning committee. Harmony Heroes save lives by raising funds to support the services of Harmony House. In this friendly competition, the Harmony Hero who raises the most funds […]
“I decided to come to HH for both my daughter and my safety. My husband has been controlling and abusive our entire 10 year relationship. It wasn’t until my child was born though that I began to realize his behavior was so ingrained he would never change and it was unsafe for us there. My […]
Many victims and advocates were honored during the Victims Memorial Garden Brick Dedication Thursday evening.
Many children have escaped the trauma of domestic violence and are living with a parent in the Harmony House shelter in east Springfield. Harmony House serves anywhere between 30 and 50 children at any given time
Harmony House Outreach Coordinator Brigitte Walker wants people to stop questioning why victims of domestic violence “don’t just leave” their abusers. When she hears these sort of comments, Walker said she sees it as a teaching moment and an opportunity to increase community awareness.
On Friday, October 26th Harmony House is hosting the fourth iCare event. Join people throughout the community who will be taking the “iCare” pledge by wearing a symbolic black eye to raise awareness of the domestic violence problem in our community and raising funds for Harmony House to help save lives.
Domestic violence is not a problem that can be kept hidden any longer. The secret is out; thousands of people in the Ozarks are trying to leave and have no place to go.
On October 26 help us change that.
An effort to combat domestic violence doesn’t seem to be enough — as numbers continue to grow in the area.
Springfield has reached a six year high for domestic violence. As domestic violence continues police and Harmony House are now seeing a new issue, homicides.
Harmony House announces new board members.