is to care for homeless and at-risk persons by providing life-sustaining and life-rebuilding services that are comprehensive and address underlying causes.
We do this by providing:
• Food, clothing, medical and shelter for those experiencing homelessness
• Recovery for those with substance use disorder
• Health services for those who are sick
• Diagnosis and treatment for those with mental illness
• Employment Services for those who can work
• Transitional Housing for those on their way back
• Safe, affordable permanent housing for those who need it
• Street outreach for those who have not visited the Hope Center
Our Stories :: YOur Stories
The greatest part of the Hope Center process is watching the “ah-ha!” moment when a client can see the light and can feel hopeful again. Their stories are stories of real-life hurts, tragedy, self-reflection, growth and finally, a new kind of life.
the Hope Center
Welcome to the family of volunteers at the Hope Center! Our volunteers, who generously give of their time and talents, allow us to rebuild lives every day. Your commitment to volunteering at the Hope Center will have a positive impact on our community and on the lives of those we serve.
Your Donations in 2018
Nights Lodging Provided
Addiction, homelessness and mental illness not only affect the person who is battling them. They have a ripple effect. Each person suffering has a network of family and friends who are in varying forms of distress along with them. Consequently, when Hope Center programs help one person, we are touching many lives including our clients’ children, spouses, parents, brothers, sisters, and friends.
Services and Programs
If You or a Loved One Need Help
There are many paths that can lead to homelessness and to a feeling of desperation. We understand the feeling of hopelessness, and we understand that many life circumstances can contribute to it. Addiction, mental illness or the loss of a job…we can help you or your loved one to address the issue. We know how to rebuild lives and how to help clients become self-sufficient once again.
360 W. Loudon Ave. Lexington, KY 40508
Hyde Hope Health Clinic: 859-225-5035
(For Recovery Program intake, call the Emergency Shelter and ask for Intake)
Men's Recovery Intake Number
Women's Recovery Intake Number
Donations & volunteers
The Hope Center is a 501c3 non-profit.
For all donations or volunteer assistance contact the Development Department at 859-721-0144.
For Men’s Emergency Shelter and Recovery Program questions and intake call 859-252-7881.
For Women’s Recovery Program intake call 859-252-2002.
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