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HOME IS WHERE THE START IS

Stable housing is the first step for families to succeed

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30 YEARS
HELPING FAMILIES



House of Hope continues the mission of advocacy and care for homeless

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GIVING HOMELESS FAMILIES
A GOOD START



From emergency shelter to permanent housing, families turn to the House of Hope

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WORKFORCE TRAINING:
VALUABLE WORK





Teaching work skills prepares young women to become self-sustaining

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MISSION

The House of Hope, Inc. provides advocacy and care for homeless families.

HOUSING

Permanent housing is the long term solution for families.  House of Hope has purchased and renovated several Lowell properties.

WORKFORCE TRAINING

House of Hope provides a supportive work environment that ignites the desire within each woman to support her family.

HOW CAN I HELP?

Organizations and individuals can help in a variety of ways.  You can donate your time, give in-kind donations or donate money.

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

OUR STORIES

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.

Coming Back From Bottom

Laurie’s Story

Laurie struggled with mental health challenges since she was 7 and was sporadically homeless since she was 15 years old.  While living on the streets, she became pregnant with her son Sam.  Determined to make her life work, Laurie arrived at House of Hope where she received the ongoing support she needed.

Read Laurie’s story along with others on our Family Stories page.

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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.

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Families are currently in the state’s shelter system, with 357 living in hotels
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Percent of households living below the poverty line are headed by women with young children
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Children in Massachusetts will experience homelessness over the course of this year
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Percent of homeless children have been exposed to at least one serious violent act by the age of 12

OUR GALLERY

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

OUR Partners

Thanks to our partners who contribute funding, give time and in-kind donations so the House of Hope can continue delivering critical services to the homeless families of Lowell.