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OUR PURPOSE
The purpose of the Center of Hope exists to give residents a hand up; not a hand out. Our goal is to provoke thought before actions by integrating graduates of this program back into society in the least amount of time by setting measurable goals. Faith without works is dead. The residents are strongly encouraged to participate in activities that will enhance their quality of life. Education, life skills, and Christianity are major components of this program. The Salvation Army has historically been a healing ministry that has assisted people physically, challenged them mentally, and transformed them spiritually.

HOURS
Client Intake 4pm-6pm
CENTER OPEN FOR CLIENTS
4pm – 7:30am Monday – Friday

Clients are allowed to stay on campus all day on Saturday and Sunday.

ELIGIBILITY

  • TB test complete
  • Government Issued ID
  • Free from alcohol
  • Random drug test
  • Current on all medications
  • Must not need assistance to perform daily duties
    • (bathe, eat, get out of bed, etc.)

PROGRAMS

  • Social Skills/Life Skills
  • Employment Training
  • GED
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Computer Class
  • Counseling

EMERGENCY SHELTER
Our emergency program allows clients to stay a total of ten consecutive days at no charge in our facility. The program allows clients who are temporarily without housing to have a place to eat, shower, sleep and form a plan to regain housing. Our emergency program also offers one night stays when the weather is below freezing. 

TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM
Our transitional program offers consistent shelter to employed clients who can’t afford traditional housing. Clients pay $75 a week or $300 a month to stay in the Center of Hope, all the while, clients participate in Life Skills Classes. Our staff will work with clients to help them find permanent housing. Clients stay between three to six months.

 

 

 

For Intake Registration: 601-982-4881