In 2002, House of Hope opened its doors to serve as transitional housing for our first 12 residents.
As the residents grew in health and freedom, women in our community noticed. Women without housing needs asked if House of Hope would train and equip them, as well. And so, we launched Classes—where both residents and women in our broader community experience healing.
In our classes, women may confront significant trauma, and, at times, desire additional support. In response, House of Hope teamed up with knowledgeable professionals to launch Therapy Services—where qualified professionals walk alongside women and their families navigating life challenges.
The community began to grow. In response, House of Hope created Support Groups— a free space for women to connect and support each other.
How We’ve Grown
In the last 15 years, our ministry has grown to serve 80 to 100 women per week. House of Hope has become a staple in the Corridor for women to find a safe space to connect, grow, and thrive together.
Hear from women who have benefited from their time at House of Hope.