Hope House in Milwaukee Wisconsin

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Hope House is a non-profit emergency homeless shelter and rapid rehousing facility as well as a true community center located in the near south side of Milwaukee. Opened in 1987, Hope House was created to provide a safe, temporary refuge for people needing a place to sleep. More

Hope House of South Central Wisconsin - Home

Hope House Message to the Community regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19 and Continued Services Hope House of South Central WI is continuing to provide services in manners consistent with recommendations from local and national health officials, and will continue to be a resource for those experiencing domestic and sexual violence. More

Hope House in Wisconsin Milwaukee (WI) - Best Rehabs

ABOUT HOPE HOUSE. The main mission of Hope House is to provide shelter and assisted living services to homeless men and women in the Milwaukee, Wis. area. Working in partnership with the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and Friends of Housing, Hope House operates a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) program that also provides mental health and substance ... More

Welcome To H.O.P.E. Safehouse | H.O.P.E. Safehouse, Inc.

(Help for Orphaned Pets through Education) is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer animal care organization, a ‘safehouse’ dedicated to the care and re-socialization of lost, injured, neglected, and abandoned pets. Through education and example, we extend the qualities of safety, shelter and compassion to all animals under our care, in our homes, on the streets and in the wild. More

WIS-HOPE - Home - Addiction & Mental Health Resources

At Wishope it is our mission to provide resources, education, and support to Wisconsin communities and individuals impacted by addiction and mental health. Our Vision: Our vision is to inspire communities and individuals into taking action by providing them the tools, support, and resources needed to make change within their community. More