The only homeless shelter serving men in Warren County.
House of Hope is a 24 hour facility at 724 Warren Avenue. It provides a continuum of care from Short-Term to a maximum Long-Term stay of 6 months. The shelter has 16 beds, showers, food, clothing, and laundry facilities. Services include case management, consultation, job counseling and referrals as well as outreach and support on all levels, to nurture body, mind and soul.
All residents must be drug and alcohol free. House of Hope administers breathalyzers daily and drug tests randomly.
House of Hope does not accept sex offenders.
"EMERGENCY INTAKE IS
24 HOURS , 7 DAYS A WEEK"
-Assess individual's physical and emotional health needs.
-Create individual plans with goals to be monitored weekly.
-Provide daily shelter, clothing and food.
-Provide a supervised environment.
-Work with other social service organizations such as the Virginia Employment Commission and Transitional Housing Project to provide residents with jobs, housing and other crucial services.
Residents must adhere to house curfews, and house rules.
HANDS THAT HELP
AVAILABLE FOR HIRE
House of Hope residents have many skills and are willing, able and available for hire.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
CALL (540) 635-2466