Services We Provide

What We Do

  • Develop individualized plans to identify and address any barriers that may be getting in the way of living independently.

  • Link guests to community agencies that will assist them as they move toward self-sufficiency once again.

  • Assist guests in establishing safe, stable housing arrangements.

  • Help guests in locating and securing suitable employment.

  • Work with guests in identifying problems related to financial management.

  • Provide life skills training to better equip guests for successful independent living.

  • Supply resources to complete basic GED/HSED education or higher education.

Services Provided:

  • Overnight accommodations (up to 90 days)

  • Weekly case management

  • Referrals to community agencies

  • Supportive listening

  • Job search assistance

  • Life skills education

  • Basic budget counseling

  • Assistance with completion of GED/HSED

  • Access to public transportation

  • Follow-up meetings

  • Volunteer cooked meals 2x week

Who Do We Serve?

Hope House is a shelter program serving families, couples and individuals experiencing homelessness throughout Manitowoc County.

Guests must be willing to follow program guidelines. We do not serve victims actively fleeing domestic violence and we do not serve single men as there are other agencies in the community equipped to serve them. Hope House is a dry and sober shelter and doesn’t allow guests to use drugs or alcohol while enrolled in shelter programming. For the safety of all of our guests, we conduct background checks on all adult guests and do not accept anyone with recent history of violence or any history of violence against children.

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