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
Positive Parenting Skills
Financial Literacy and Debt Management
Nutrition & Meal Preparation
Healthy Living Skills
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.