Community Hope was started in 1985 by families and mental health professionals seeking a safe haven in the community where young adults could continue their recovery from chronic mental illness. For the past thirty-one years, our non-profit organization has provided housing and essential services to individuals in recovery from mental illness.
In 2004, we directed our expertise in residential recovery programs to help homeless veterans. Today, Community Hope is the leading nonprofit saving veterans and veteran families from homelessness
. To rescue veterans from homelessness, we provide
In 2015, we rescued 1,000 veterans and veteran families from homelessness and served more than 220 individuals a day in our mental health recovery programs
- Emergency Housing
- Transitional Housing
- Permanent Supportive Housing
- Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing
. Our multiyear Expansion Campaign
ensures that we reach more vulnerable individuals in need of our services.