Programs and Services

House of Hope provides programming, services, and shelter to homeless youth and families. House of Hope’s intensive case management program supports residents by focusing on:

  • Safe and Stable Housing

  • Employment

  • Positive Parenting Skills

  • Financial Literacy and Debt Management

  • Nutrition & Meal Preparation

  • Formal Education

  • Healthy Living Skills

  • Holistic Wellness

Emergency Shelter: Housing first shelter and support for families with children with a specialty in providing services for young parents ages 17-24 and their children of any age.

Housing Stability Program: Case management, housing search and placement, and financial assistance for families with children.

Crossover: Transitional housing with case management for families with children.


Hope Center: Shelter and supportive programming for unaccompanied, homeless youth ages 0-17. 


Sustaining Hope: Support offered to people served by House of Hope programming who return for case management, supportive connections, and resources to ensure they can remain stably housed. 

Additional Resources

TBRA Application

Teen Parent Resource Guide

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