What is HOPE?
HOPE stands for Homeless and Parent Engagement. The HOPE Project serves to support those who are considered homeless or living in unstable, inadequate housing. Our team works to mobilize the local faith community and resources to families and individuals in need of assistance. We collaborate together with our local community partners to develop holistic methods and provide these families and individuals with the resources and support they need to get stabilized and be successful on their own.
Learn more about how HOPE helps families from HOPE mentor Anai Cortes who is now giving back after being helped by Catalyst!
Homelessness is not just individual.
Though supportive case management, emergency housing, meals to help feed students during long school breaks, and necessary supplies, we seek to help stabilize and support students and families to take their next steps to thrive.
Our services include:
- Case Management
- Rental Assistance & Resources for Local Families
- Parenting Workshops
- Mentoring Program
- Supporting high need schools
- HOPE Meal Food Drives
Looking for more?
All are welcome to contact us for more information about the program! Whether you are trying to refer someone you know or simply want to learn more about our purpose and mission- Catalyst SGV's HOPE team wants to hear from you. Help us provide the support and resources some community members need.