House of Hope operates a 10-bed residence for women who are coming out of prison for addiction-related offenses. We also offer recovery groups and training classes which are open to women in recovery who are living in the community. Our mission is to provide a safe and structured environment where women will have an opportunity to experience God’s unconditional love, forgiveness, and transforming power enabling them to take advantage of support and resources offered to assist them in becoming healthy, self-sufficient, and contributing members of society. We are a cost-effective program operating with a minimum of overhead, because of the dedication of trained volunteers.
Current Projects/Needs: Maintenance, utility efficiency, and general upkeep of the House of Hope is an ongoing project. In addition to making updates to help with overall utility costs, painting and/or residing, a revamp of the current security system, and general grounds work. We are continuously in need of personal care products, cleaning products, paper products, software, training materials, and general office supplies to meet the needs of the women and to continue to fulfill our founder, Dianne Sherman’s mission and vision.
Contact: Lisa Thompson