The Haven for Hope provides emergency shelter for families with minor children and single young adults (18-24 years of age) who are experiencing literal homelessness. At The Haven for Hope we provide a client centered approach program to all our participants, which includes trauma informed supportive services and strength-based case management. Our goal is to support our participants in accessing required resources to meet their basic needs, overcome homelessness through obtaining permanent stable housing, and gaining the skills necessary to achieve and maintain long-term self-sustainability.
The Haven for Hope is a campus that includes 25 separate units to provide safe shelter services to up to 20 families and 5 young adults experiencing literal homelessness. The campus also includes an on-site community kitchen, community laundry room, and community program center for our program participants.
Strength Based Case Management follows the theory that everyone has the ability to do well, no matter the barriers, if connected to the right supports and resources. This theory respects a person’s right to self-determination, choice, and autonomy. Focus is placed on an individual’s strengths, desires, interests, aspirations, experience, talents, knowledge, and resiliency. Not on their deficits, weaknesses, or problems as perceived by another.
Necessities provided at time of move into The Haven for Hope: Food, hygiene items, clothing, bedding, access to pot and pans, utensils, plates, bowls.
We do have an intake process to access The Haven for Hope program, please contact us directly for more information on how to start the intake process.