House of Hope:
This program is our family support program for children affected by unfortunate situations.
To Qualify for help you must show proof of one of the following:
Medical Diagnosis Program:
Learning that someone in your family has a medical issue gives parents a feeling of their world being turned upside down. Everything in their life may suddenly feel out of control. A medical diagnosis is shocking and overwhelming. Your initial thoughts may be "How could this have happened to my child?" and "How will we get through this?" This program is set up to ease some of the expenses.
Special Needs Program:
When a child becomes diagnosed with a disability it can be overwhelming to parents. This program will point families in the right direction to seek emotional support, educational, support, and other resources that may be available. This program may also assist in helping families pay medical bills, evaluations, and other expenses.
More than 16 million children in the United States – 22% of all children – live in families with incomes below the federal poverty level – $23,550 a year for a family of four. Research shows that, on average, families need an income of about twice that level to cover basic expenses. Using this standard, 45% of children live in low-income families.
Most of these children have parents who work, but low wages and unstable employment leave their families struggling to make ends meet. Poverty can impede children’s ability to learn and contribute to social, emotional, and behavioral problems. Poverty also can contribute to poor health and mental health. Risks are greatest for children who experience poverty when they are young and/or experience deep and persistent poverty.
Research is clear that poverty is the single greatest threat to children’s well-being.
Dealing With the Financial Issues of Death and Divorce The death of a loved one are traumatic experiences that can shake the very foundations of your life. In the midst of dealing with the grief and pain of the loss , there are financial matters that must be taken care of. This program is for expenses not being met due to loss of their parent.
Decisions are completed by a committee based decision on a case by case basis.