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Charlie's House of Hope specific purposes will be to provide transitional housing in the Dallas, Texas area for Domestic violence victims, substance abusers and female ex-offenders, and to help them become self sufficient and productive members of society.  Our facility will accommodate up to 20 residents at a time so that we may serve up to 80 women annually. ​

We want to reduce domestic violence cases, educate women on how to recognize abusive traits in others.

Charlie's House of Hope admits any one in need.


Admittance will be on a space available basis.  Our clients of domestic violence and drug-addiction will be referred through the Texas Department of Human Services, local churches, and drug rehabilitation centers.  Female ex-offenders will be referred by case workers of correctional facilities.  Walk-ins will be considered on a case by case basis.

Charlie's House of Hope is a faith based organization.


Since Charlie's is a faith based organization, we encourage all of our clients to build a spiritual connection with God.


"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine on understanding.  In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct our paths​​"​​ - Proverbs 3:5-6

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Charmyne “Charlie” Howell, founder of Charlie’s House of Hope, established a faith based nonprofit organization to assist victims of domestic violence on September 9, 2012. Her passion for this cause was driven by her own personal experiences with domestic abuse in her childhood and as a young adult woman. 

Charmyne is committed to helping abused women and their children break the vicious cycle of abuse by offering safe, confidential shelter and services. Charmyne has spent countless hours helping others to achieve their goals by encouraging, uplifting and empowering individuals. Charmyne holds on in hope that someday all women and children will be safe in healthy relationships. But until that day arrives, she will continue in her efforts to provide abused women and children a safe place to stay.

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We're currently accepting donations for the construction of the facility.

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