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Mr. Darrell E. Lewis-Bey founded The House of Hope transitional housing program to provide a clean and safe living environment for men and women facing addiction and/or homelessness. This program is designed to provide housing with services to men and women that are in transition of homelessness and/or recovery from chemical addiction. The basic fundamentals of this program emphasizes the importance of building a strong foundation and a positive support network. The House of Hope is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Admission to The House of Hope transitional housing program is by application or referral. All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, with cognitive and functional abilities and must be their own guardian.
The House of Hope non-profit has been operating, but currently we are struggling with making our organization complete as a whole. We are in need of several volunteers to assist us.
We provide housing and we work with clients that are in need of housing without having perfect renting history or background checks. We are also partnered with other non-profits to do programing while our residents are renting from our organization.
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