Founded in 1991, Hope House envisions a future where People Living with HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ individuals can live, play, and work in their homes and communities of their choice as they age.
For the past 26 years, Hope House has provided housing and supportive services to persons living with HIV who otherwise could not live independently. In 2020, we expanded past the walls of the foster care home and now provide aging in place services to the HIV and LGBTQ+ communities through our newest program Hope@Home.
When our clients arrive at Hope House they are in need of a at trusting environment so that they can restore faith in themselves and hope for their future. We hear over and over that our services at Hope House are transformative, and it’s no surprise that our clients thrive because we offer an environment filled with love, dignity, and respect…core values we all deserve.
Our mission has been our legacy to those we serve…"We provide a non-judgmental home with compassionate care, respecting the dignity of people living with HIV/AIDS.”
Learn more about Hope House , including our three-year strategic plan, new events and initiatives, our staff and much more by visiting our website!