The House of Hope is dedicated to helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities live full and rewarding lives by providing a variety of residential services in an atmosphere of a caring community.

We are committed to a goal of creating and maintaining residential community based programs for the care and assistance of people who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) regardless of their race, color, creed, religion or national origin.

We have a deep commitment to the clients who are dependent upon or look to The House of Hope today and in the future for the provision of assistance to meet their individual needs.

The family style group homes are established to encourage as normal a living environment as possible and to provide the least restricted and most independent living arrangement possible.


The overall goal of the residential program is to create a supportive atmosphere in which the individuals of the home would develop independence and a sense of competence by experiencing success in both the home and the community.

Aiming for each individualís maximum potential

We attempt to meet each personís mental, physical, and social needs by actively seeking out individual strengths, interests or talents and building on them. In essence, the goal of The House of hope is to aim for each individualís maximum potential in developing and maintaining a well-balanced and personally satisfying life.

The House of Hope believes that our mission includes:
  • The creation of a full spectrum of residential and community based services, which would provide a variety of alternative living situations for persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).
  • The use of all available resources within and outside of our agency to meet the individual needs of our clients. These individual needs are a priority over administrative process in developing alternatives.
  • The individual wishes, desires and choices of the client, as well as their skill level and potential for growth will heavily influence all administrative and programmatic decisions.
  • Meeting the need of current clients takes precedent over expanding services to meet the needs of new clients




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