Diane and John Mullin Hope Center at a Glance

Social Services

The new space on the first floor will be strategically designed to effectively and safely support multiple programs operating simultaneously.  The facility upgrades will enhance programs and services offered such as:

  • Case management
  • Client choice food pantry
  • Food storage
  • Support services
  • Dress for success and Prom attire
  • Client service referrals
  • Job training
  • Financial literacy workshops
  • Backpack program
Prom dress fitting

Permanent Supportive Housing

This housing will serve vulnerable homeless people who have experienced enormous long-term disadvantages, including disability stemming from mental illness, health conditions, mobility or sensory impairment, and/or a history of severe addiction. Each apartment will be fully equipped with a kitchen area, bathroom, and furnishings, and will be a comfortable and appealing place that residents can (finally) call home.

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