House of Hope is a shelter for homeless, pregnant and parenting adults between the ages of 18 and 24 (parenting youth), and their children. Since we opened our doors in 2000, our mission has been to provide a safe, supportive place where young parents learn to become confident adults and independent, successful parents. During the past 16 years, House of Hope has provided emergency shelter and housing stability programming for hundreds of young parents who were experiencing homelessness, while pregnant and parenting. The largest population of House of Hope residents each year are infants and children under the age of five. We provide a positive support system for those we serve during the challenges and celebrations of their journey to stability.