Since our humble beginnings in 1989, we’ve made it our mission to end homelessness in Rhode Island. Built on grassroots values, we believe in helping our community through programs like PATH Street Outreach, Shower to Empower, and Peer Mentor Employment & Training.
More than ever, we are committed to providing safe, stable housing. We’re even creating affordable rental units out of local properties we renovate ourselves.
We also focus on individual services. Offering case management and support services to those experiencing chronic homelessness. In our vision, we empower everyone to reach their full potential.
A Community Development Corporation, or CDC, is a non-profit organization with a strong focus on supporting the local community.
CDCs often develop affordable housing and offer community services to meet the needs of their residents.
At House of Hope CDC, we foster personal connections in our community to create change in our neighborhoods. With a diverse staff and a long list of civic interests, we are always working together to end homelessness in our home state.
Now, with over two decades of efforts behind us, we will become Rhode Island’s leading homeless organization.
Still, so many exciting services and programs are to come, such as the newly announced ECHO (Emergency Covid Housing Opportunities) Village. Working with other local organizations to improve the lives of our community, we will never stop, until no one in our state has to suffer alone on the streets.