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Providing safe, transitional housing and necessities for women who have experienced homelessness and abuse.

“She opens her arms to the poor and extends her hand to the needy.” Proverbs 31:20

Serving as a Beacon of Light in our Community

At Haus Of Peace, located in Watertown, WI., We believe that everyone deserves the right to a safe and secure home. Our mission is to provide safe transitional housing and necessary resources to women and children who have experienced homelessness or abuse.

Haus of Peace is committed to offering more than just shelter — we offer a journey back to self-sufficiency and confidence. 


Our Impact

Nearly 70% of our house guests have been able to secure their own independent housing following their stay at Haus of Peace.

274+ Women & 129+ Children Served


Get Involved

Be part of something bigger! Join Haus Of Peace and share the contagious gift of volunteerism. Help make the world a better place by committing your time and energy to our cause. Together, let’s create a new direction in someone’s life!


Join us for Hope Harvest: Harvesting Support For Haus Of Peace
featuring Comedian Scott Long, Retired Green Bay Packer Gary Ellerson and emcee Janelle Guerra.
October 12th | 5:30pm-8:30pm

Upcoming Events

We hope you’ll join us for one of our upcoming events and help us continue our mission.

Thank you to those who make Haus of Peace possible!

We would like to thank all of our sponsors and donors who have made Haus of Peace possible. Without your generous donations and support, we could not have achieved our mission of creating a safer, more peaceful world. Your contributions are invaluable to our work, and we are so grateful for your trust and confidence in our mission. We look forward to continuing to work together to create a better future for everyone. Thank you for all that you do!

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