Programs and Services

House of Hope provides programming, services, and shelter to youth and families experiencing homelessness. 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 and 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: Housing search and placement, case management, and financial assistance for families with children.

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

 

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

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