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Over 125 teen moms had a wonderful time at our Christmas Shop, where they “purchased” gifts for their kids with participation points they earned in our programs all year long. This opportunity is a big deal for our girls because Christmas can be tough for them.The...read more
This short video shows how the power of community is transforming the lives of teen moms at Hope House. Meet Zayra, Nayeli, Allison and Yvette – and see how these young women are building bright futures for themselves and their little...read more
I’ll never forget what Sienna said… about the first family she’s ever known. Lisa Steven, our Founder & Executive Director, was profoundly touched by this teen mom’s story. Check it out here and find out how Sienna is building a beautiful, safe world for herself...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.
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Hope House Blog Posts
Winning a grant is great news and an opportunity to celebrate, but it’s only one piece of the whole process. Just as important is the grant report that most funders require at the end of the granting period. People think of reports as being kind of dry, but yours...read more
Q&A with Kara Mapel, Residential Program Manager What are the top three qualities you look for when interviewing teen moms for your Residential Program? First, we make sure there is a need for housing. A girl who just wants freedom from her own parents is in a...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.