"Empowering, encouraging and equipping women and their families to live well."

A place where women can be real.


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We encourage you to consider taking a class at House of Hope to plant health and freedom into your life! To register for a class, click the button below. If you have additional questions, please contact Natalie Polzin, Classes Director, by email at natalie@houseofhopecr.org or call 319.366.4673.

Register for a Class


House of Hope offers professional counseling sessions for women, couples, or families to come in and talk through personal or professional challenges they are currently facing. Therapy at House of Hope is well-integrated with the core teachings through our other components of classes and guest stays. To schedule or learn more, call (319) 366-4673, or email Laura Pelechek, LMFT, at laura@houseofhopecr.org.

Consider the Board of Directors!

House of Hope’s Board of Directors is comprised men and women from diverse backgrounds who share one key thing: they love House of Hope!

Have you ever considered serving on the Board? This volunteer opportunity is a wonderful way to bring your perspective, experiences, and gifts to further the mission of House of Hope! You may be wondering… what does the Board do? Great question! Click the button below to look at the job description for a House of Hope Board member.

Board Member Job Description

If you’d like to explore this further, we encourage you complete the application and send it back to House of Hope at mail@houseofhopecr.org. Feel free to email us at that address or call us at 366-4673 with any questions!

Board Member Application

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