GIVING HOMELESS FAMILIES
A GOOD START
From emergency shelter to permanent housing, families turn to the House of Hope
GIVING HOPE TO HOMELESS FAMILIES: THE STORY OF HOUSE OF HOPE
Hear from young mothers of Lowell as they describe how House of Hope supported them as they worked towards self-sufficiency:
- Stable housing environment including emergency shelter and permanent housing
- Advocacy for health, mental health and other services for mothers and children
- A nurturing community of professionals and peers providing ongoing support
We are pleased to share some of our resident success stories with you. They are inspiring and make us all realize every day that with hard work, guidance,
and a will to make a better life for themselves and their families, that anything is possible.
THE NUMBERS BEHIND FAMILY HOMELESSNESS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Home is where the start is, where mothers and their children have a foundation for life.
Family homelessness is an ongoing problem in our community.
The House of Hope is proud to be a member of and serve the Lowell community. We partner with government, local businesses, residents to support homeless families.
View these images of the families, projects and our engagement with the community.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
training and support.” Marissa, former resident of House of Hope
Donna, former resident of House of Hope
Thanks to our partners who contribute funding, give time, and donate in-kind goods so the House of Hope can continue delivering critical services to homeless families of Massachusetts.