Who is eligible for services?
Homeless single mothers with a child or children in their custody. Mothers must be able to legally and physically work and be drug free.
I am homeless. How can I get into the program?
Click here to apply. After you fill out the application you will be placed on our wait list. When an apartment becomes available that meets the needs of you and your family, we will call you for an interview.
How long is your wait list?
It will be first come first serve starting in March.
How long can I reside at House of Hope?
Residency can last for up to two years.
Can I qualify for House of Hope if I don’t have children?
No, you must have at least one child of legal custody in order to qualify for residency at House of Hope. Please look at our Pillars program as a secondary option for potential residency.
What services will I receive if I am accepted into House of Hope?
House of Hope provides many services for homeless mothers to regain their independence. Some services include; case management and life skills education, childcare and mentoring for your children, and a two year permanent residency. Please view our programs page for further information about services provided by House of Hope.
How do I know where my money is going if I donate to House of Hope?
If you view our Donate page, you’ll find a description of average donation amounts and what supplies/services that amount can provide our residents and for how long. Any financial support you provide to House of Hope will go directly to providing for our mothers and their children to sustain a healthy and positive life.
How do I know if House of Hope is the right charity for me to support?
Feel free to read our website in detail. You will find many of your questions answered throughout our information pages. If you’d still like to learn more, contact us to see what we’re all about.
How else can I help if I can not support House of Hope financially?
We have many ways people can get involved in our organization. We are always looking for volunteers, fundraisers, donors (physical donations and financial donations), and potential board members. Please view our informational pages about each to see which is the right fit for you.
How are you funded?
Our programs are funded completely by local grants and private donations, which means fundraising is a necessity. Join our fundraising committee to help plan our annual fundraiser as well as other fundraising events throughout the year.