Helping our most vulnerable neighbors
For many people, having a place to stay isn’t something they worry about a lot. Whether it’s because they grew up in a stable home, have good mental health, a supportive family, or for any number of reasons – they have always had somewhere to call home. But for some, keeping a roof over their head is a real struggle, and it’s a struggle that people sometimes lose. Whether it’s a single individual or an entire family, homelessness is a traumatic experience that can seem impossible to overcome.
Our aim is to help people unravel the threads of homelessness that tie them down. It’s difficult and complicated, but it always begins with having somewhere that you can stay. At House of Hope, our guests have somewhere that is clean, warm, and safe. We operate on an ethos of empathy and accountability, so our shelter can be the stepping stone that our guests can use on their path forward to stability, recovery, and fulfillment.