Hope House of Milwaukee
Dedicated to Ending Homelessness & Creating Healthy Communities
Meeting the needs of homeless individuals and families and ending homelessness in Milwaukee.
Offering youth and adult education programs that enrich and enhance the lives all participants.
Hope House is a vital community asset that has become a strong presence in our Walker’s Point neighborhood.
Making An Impact In Milwaukee
Hope House is a non-profit homeless shelter, rapid re-housing facility, and permanent supportive housing provider.
Hope House was originally created in 1987 by five local churches to address homelessness on Milwaukee’s south side; over the years Hope House has evolved into a respected shelter known for providing support, services and a chance at a brighter future for families. Acting as a true community center, Hope House offers numerous programs and activities to assist men, women and children struggling with homelessness.
Were housed in our Family Bonds Rapid Re-Housing Program in 2021
Were kept in their homes through our Eviction Prevention Programs in 2021
of educational enrichment workshops for the kids in our Shining Stars Program in 2021
Family Flex Fund
In partnership with the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County and Impact Inc. The most flexible of the tools to end family homelessness, the Family Flex Fund provides resources and housing to those on the cusp of homelessness and assists those that have run out of time at other shelters. This safety net provides a needed landing place for those running out of options.
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Whether it’s unloading a truck full of food, distributing groceries from our Hope House Food Pantry or tutoring the young people in our Shining Stars Program – we would appreciate the help!
Looking for a job that has an impact in your community? We are always looking for people ready to join our dynamic team.