Project Hope is an 18-unit transitional living complex established in 1997 located at the corner of 7th Ave & 10th St. Each apartment has either 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a large living area and lots of closets.
The program asks for at least a six-month commitment but allows for families to stay up to 24 months if necessary. Project Hope assists families by teaching them the skills needed to live independently and succeed in the long term.
Recovery – Families enrolled in the program are provided classes & training in skills needed for various life situations, such as overcoming alcohol/drug dependencies, domestic violence, sexual abuse and hopelessness. We offer a safe and monitored facility 24/7 allowing the families to have a positive healing atmosphere and focus on becoming self-dependent.
This program requires a true commitment in making the transition from simply “surviving” to “living.” In addition to mandatory groups & activities, other classes are available – Parenting Skills, Money Management, Domestic Violence Prevention, Addiction Recovery, etc.
Requirements – Families must have a child to be in the program, and we can accommodate up to 36 children at a time. We offer a special children’s program that provides assistance with children’s birthdays, school supplies, recreation & cultural activities, and arts & crafts workshops.
Support Our Families
While the Huntington City Mission’s Transitional Living Program provides a long-term solution for our families, it is a costly undertaking. Provide long-term Hope to hurting families by becoming a Huntington City Mission Partner in Hope. Your monthly contribution will allow us to help families make the transition to a stable life.