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Hope House opened its doors in 2003, and Fendia was our very first teen mom to join our Residential Program. She brought her baby girl Sarah with her, and they both settled in and thrived at Hope House. Fast forward 16 years, and that baby girl is all grown up! Sarah...read more
With nearly all of our teen moms living below the poverty line, the meals we provide during all of our classes are a vital part of what we do at Hope House. In fact, some of our girls tell us that the meal they eat at Hope House is often the only nutritional, warm...read more
Did you know you can request a Hope House staff member to speak at your next event? Whether it’s a conference, a staff training, a club meeting, a fundraiser, a church service or other special event, we might be able to help! Hope House staff members are available to...read 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.
Help us raise the final
$100,000 for our building reserve, furniture and fixtures.
If you give $2,500 or more, your name will be added to our Champion Wall so that every girl who walks by on her way to class will know that you saw her as more than a statistic… you saw hope. Learn more.
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Hope House Blog Posts
Becoming a new mom at age 24 versus age 18 has some differences – and they are more than just the physical age difference of 6 years. For example, at age 24, instead of the glares and unapproving looks I used to get, I now get adoring looks and questions about my...read more
Everything I’ve learned about growing our income and donor database has come from what I’ve read, seen and experienced in the seven years of fundraising at Hope House -- and what I experienced in a long-time career in sales. What I have discovered is that it’s all...read more
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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.