About Our Organization
H.O.P.E. Institute provides education, services, and support to female Veterans in need. Our organization helps you achieve personal and financial independence through a development plan made just for you. This plan includes on-site classes, community services, employment training, and educational opportunities to help you get back on your feet. Even after you leave our program, we provide follow-up services to ensure a smooth transition into your new home and lifestyle.
Our transitional housing services are an important part of the community because they provide opportunities to women who are currently unable to make contributions to society. The tools we provide will equip our clients to live independently and be productive in society. Our program facilitates the transition to self sufficiency and independence; thereby, reintegrating productive women back into society. Partner with us if you’re interested in making a difference in your community.
About the House of Peace (HoP)
In the Fall of 2014 our Displaced Female Veteran’s Initiative (DFVI) will unveil its House of Peace (HoP). HoP is a housing facility for homeless Female Veterans. We will provide the resources needed to transition from dependency to self sufficiency.
The H.O.P.E. Institute was founded to provide a center of excellence for economically disadvantaged and underserved members of society. Its mission is to rebuild their lives and restore them physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, and spiritually through Healing, Optimizing, Perfecting, and Empowering (H.O.P.E.).