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We Are Each Others Keeper

Our mission at Mission H.O.P.E. is to promote recovery-oriented care for Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.

Our mission at Mission H.O.P.E. is to promote recovery-oriented care for Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. Our plan to end homelessness among Veterans one community at a time. Our goal is to create a community for homeless veterans that will assist them to successfully transition back into civilian society thru training and self empowerment skills encouraging health, holistic and spiritual healing and promotion of self-sufficiency.

YOUnified to Advance — a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization is the resource and technical assistance center for a national network of community-based service volunteers who are creating programs whereas Mission H.O.P.E. will be able to provide emergency and supportive housing, food, health services, job training and placement assistance, legal aid and case management support for hundreds of thousands of homeless veterans each year.

Mission H.O.P.E. gives hope and promise to our military veterans. We focus on veterans who are homeless, displaced, disabled or are otherwise in transition to reintegrate them into community life by giving them a welcoming work/training environment and trainers/coworkers to act as mentors and role models, and by connecting them with VA and community programs to further ease this transition into mainstream community life. An increase in skill level and income results in greater self-determination, high self-esteem and a healthier lifestyle. Along with reintegration into the workforce, we focus heavily on residential stability so that the veterans can finally get off of the streets and are able to achieve stable, affordable housing.

While the veteran is a participant in Mission H.O.P.E., we provide transitional housing, transportation, training, counseling, employment services and any other service necessary for successful reintegration. Daily we ensure they attend any required appointments with the VA Medical Center, legal and probation court system, interviews, etc. The participant’s weekly activities could consist of participation in events such as life skills training, classroom training, workforce integration evaluation, the review of daily and weekly timeliness and successes, appointments with the Veteran Service Officer on staff with Mission H.O.P.E., intra- and interpersonal counseling, substance abuse counseling individual 
and group meetings or community substance abuse meetings.

A Veteran whether active duty, discharged, retired, reserve or national guard is someone who, at one point in his/her life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America" for an amount up to, and including his/her life. We at Mission H.O.P.E. are indebted and work to change their lives by giving back. Though we know we can never pay them enough we want them to know that their kindness is greatly appreciated!

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