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Since 1988, loyal advocates and staff members have worked enthusiastically to spread awareness and education about domestic violence.


All of our advocates attend extensive training sessions to be capable of providing the highest level of service to our callers.


We’re always looking for dedicated individuals passionate about ending domestic violence to volunteer with us.

About The Shelter

Martha’s House is a private, full service, Florida, 501c3 not for profit organization, dedicated to working to end domestic violence, and to serve survivors of domestic violence and their children.

Martha’s House, Inc.  operates a 24-bed emergency shelter and a 24 hr hotline; provides outreach services; training; violence prevention education; court hearing accompaniment and injunction assistance;  victim’s compensation; and  more in Okeechobee County, FL, with outreach and administration offices located at 4134 US Hwy 441 N, Okeechobee, FL 34974.

Our 12 staff are trained and certified in their fields, and offer our services at the shelter 24hrs a day, on the 24hr hotline, at the court house when in session, at the schools, and we’ll meet you at a safe location of your choice, just call.

Providing services to survivors is key to ending domestic violence, yet without solid and effective prevention programs, education, and social change, domestic violence will not end. Martha’s House holds as a high priority, impacting future generations with life changing information, and challenging the community to rethink its acceptance and tolerance of domestic violence.





More than a shelter. A home.