Within a place of hope and faith, our mission is to serve individuals and families in crisis with dignity and compassion, providing for their basic human needs and striving to empower each person to achieve his or her greatest level of self-sufficiency.
The HOPE Center surrounds and supports those in need whenever and wherever possible. In 2021, with the generous support of those in our community, The HOPE Center:
In 2020, 333 nights of safe shelter were provided to individuals and families seeking assistance. In 2021, this number dramatically increased to 930 nights of safe emergency shelter. This number does not include those we were unable to assist due to limited funding.
2020 versus 2021, year over year numbers:
David C. Shipman
D. J. Cunningham
Reverend Susan S. Jones
Terrance L. Turnbach, Esq.
Jamie L. Schron-Roth, Esq.
Pastor Robbie Ytterberg, Ex‑Officio
Amy S. VanBezooijen
client services coordinator – human needs
client services coordinator – pantry