House of Hope offers men 18 and older an opportunity with Christian mentoring to transform their lives from defeats to victories.
Since 2011, the program has graduated 45 men who have accepted Jesus as Lord and moved on into productive lives. Up to nine men can be housed on the property.
Applicants must agree to stringent standards and accountability, which includes participation in Sunday worship, devotions, and service at House of Hope. The program does not permit drugs, alcohol, or smoking on the premises.
Participants pay $125 to $250 per month to cover housing, utilities and meals. Each is required to keep a journal of daily activities and a record of income and expenditures. Finding employment and developing job skills is encouraged and assisted.
A resident assistant monitors daily progress, drug and alcohol testing, curfews, service hours, and other issues, to maintain a safe and healthy environment.