Welcome to Eliza's Helping Hands

Eliza’s Helping Hands serves men, women, and children of Forsyth County and surrounding areas affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and other violent crimes. We are a women-of-color-led organization that serves the most vulnerable and unserved in our community regardless of background.

Our Mission

Hope, Peace, & Unity

LogoOur mission is to provide quality services to victims and survivors of all types of domestic abuse. In collaboration with our community partners, we also strive to ensure that quality services are delivered to all of our clients who have been victims of a domestic crime, through recognition of harm done and advocacy for their rights and needs.

Our agency joins with victims, survivors, and all of those who interact with victims and offenders to develop, sustain, and implement a collaborative system of direct services across the community that is comprehensive, victim-centered, trauma-informed, and accessible to all diverse populations.

Our organization also acts to hold domestic violence offenders accountable for the harm they have caused victims and their community.

How Local Companies Can Partner with Us

We welcome support from churches, businesses, and other community organizations, as well as from individuals. From financial gifts to collecting items for the populations we serve, please reach out to us to learn more.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

We will be holding a Virtual Silent Auction from Oct. 5th to the 31st. Check back for more information.

Partners & Sponsors

COVID Statement Updated Sept. 2021

We continue to monitor and follow all recommendations set forth by the governor and our state and local health professionals. Our offices are open, and all victim services are available both in-person and online as an option. We are following all recommendations for keeping our facilities and clean.

We are allowing online sessions and treatment as an option for victims and survivors at their request. Please contact our office for more details. As it stands now, anyone that comes into our building must wear a mask. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided.

It is our duty to continue to make sure all of the victims and survivors that we provide services for remain safe and feel safe while they are in treatment and that we do what we can to make that happen. Should you require any assistance or have any special needs, please contact us at (336) 865-0388.