WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.-From the outside it looks like any other house in Williamsville.
But inside, the hope is that lives will be saved.
Next Monday, the Family Justice Center will open a satellite location in a former church building on North Forest.
The Family Justice Center offers a one stop shopping location for victims of domestic violence where they can do everything from file charges with the police, get orders of protection and legal help, and shelter through Haven House.
The center has already has offices in downtown Buffalo and Orchard Park, this new one is for the Northtowns.
A group of pastors from the Northtowns reached out to the Family Justice Center and said there was a big need.
Pastor Greg Hall, Clarence Presbyterian Church: "Probably domestic violence if not the number one issue in the suburbs is at least in the top five that affect families in our churches and in our communities and so we felt it was very important to address this issue and give a place for women and families to go to get help without having to drive all the way into downtown."
Each room was adopted by a church, community group or individuals and redone from top to bottom.
Mary Murphy runs the Family Justice Center, she says all together over $100,000 was donated in services and money to refurbish the building, which included the services of a general contractor and an interior decorator.
Murphy says that domestic violence is all about control.
Mary Murphy: "These unhealthy abusive relationships do not stop at any zip code or municipal line, they don't stop at any level of education or affluence at any age, or race or religion or culture, we see them in every segment of society."
And that includes the communities of Amherst, Clarence and Grand Island, where from now on women in need will be able to get the help they need.