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When our teen moms earn their GED certification at Hope House, they have reached an important milestone on their journey toward self-sufficiency. And they are beating the odds as only half of teen moms will ever graduate from high school! Check out what Jamilee, who...read more
School supplies are an expense that can be out of reach for our teen moms who are going to school and working one or more jobs as they strive to break the cycle of poverty and reach self-sufficiency. You, however, can make a real difference and help relieve some of...read more
Gala prep starts months in advance, and we need your help! We are looking for silent auction items… from themed gift baskets to restaurant gift certificates to sporting memorabilia and more! If you can help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org more
Stephanie is no longer the vulnerable, frightened teen mom who applied to Hope House. Her background is not uncommon around Hope House. Stephanie grew up in generational poverty, became a mom as a teenager and then dropped out of school.
By the time her daughter was born, her boyfriend was gone. She was sleeping with her baby girl on a couch in a crowded mobile home.
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lat“Congratulations! Here’s your beautiful little girl!” I reach out my arms and my cheeks widen to the tips of my ears like a little girl being handed a slice of cake. The nurse gently passes a wiggly bundle of blankets the size of a loaf of bread into the nook of...read more
My name is Brittany, and I became a mom at the age of 18 to my amazing daughter Brielle. Finding out I was going to be a teen mom meant motherhood with more challenges; after all, I am still learning and growing myself. I am a full-time college student working towards...read more
Hope House of Colorado relies on the teamwork of staff and volunteers to empower parenting teen moms as they work toward self-sufficiency.
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Our Mission Statement:
Hope House of Colorado empowers parenting teenage moms to strive for personal and economic self-sufficiency and to understand their significance in God’s sight, resulting in a healthy future for them, and for their children.
Our Vision Statement:
Hope House of Colorado is committed to transforming the lives of teen mothers around the world.