Our Mission:

Inspire Hope

Converse Hope Center is a non-profit organization serving victims of crime including survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and child, adult, and elder abuse. We empower victims and inspire hope through crisis intervention, advocacy, prevention, youth programs, and survivor support services.

24-Hour HOPE Line: (307) 358.4800

And ask for an advocate

100% Proceeds from this event go towards the CHC mission of Empowering victims and inspiring hope through crisis intervention, advocacy, prevention, youth programs, and survivor support services.

We still have openings for Craft Fair Vendors, Decorated Tree Donations, and Event Sponsors.

If you would like to make a payment online, or send a donation online, it can be done by following this link. Please be sure to leave a note referencing what the money is for.

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Our Services

Our growing list of FREE, CONFIDENTIAL services not only support victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, but also educates and engages the community, so we may come together to disrupt the cycle of violence.

 1 in 10

Children will be Sexually abused before the age of 18 

Converse County spends $1.2 million a year investigating child abuse and child sexual abuse. Sadly, it is estimated that only 38% of sexually abused children nation wide disclose the abuse. 



Clients served at chc in 2018 

We are so honored to have helped these survivors. However, there are many more not being reached. It is estimated that only 27% of women and 13.5% of men report physical assault by an intimate partner to law enforcement. Only 28% of sexual assault victims report the incident to police. 



Of both wyoming women and men have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner. 

Nationwide, nearly 2 million women are raped a year. Over 7 million women and men are stalked every year. About 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced physical violence from a partner. 


Crimes like sexual assault, stalking, trafficking, domestic violence, and other abuses are complex and, therefore, hard to understand.  Often it is easier to say to ourselves, "it doesn't happen here." Sadly, these crimes are extremely common not only across the nation but also within Converse County. While CHC is here to assist survivors as they  heal from the trauma they experienced, it takes all of us as a society to break the cycle of violence and myths that fuel these crimes.


Events Calendar 

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Our Partners and Donors 

Creating change means working together. That is why we work with multiple agencies within our community, and around the state and nation, to drive out the darkness of violence with the light of hope.  See Partners  


Get Involved

Volunteers and donors are essential to the success of our organization. There are many capacities to serve, and right now we are looking for volunteers to:

*Take shifts of the 24-hour HOPE Line

*Assist with set up/prep for our Black & White Ball

*Assist with needs during our Festival of Trees Bazaar and Black & White Ball

*Donate Trees for, or Sponsor, our Festival of Trees