The Roof provides emergency shelter for up to seven families at a time for up to 90 days each while our Case Manager and Director work with those families in daily contact and weekly conferences.
MONDAY - FRIDAY 10:00am - 4:00pm
SATURDAY - Closed
SUNDAY - Closed
The Roof at New Hope for Families
Moms and dads who are homeless have adult problems that are addressed by the New Hope Plan: personalized person centered case management plus shelter.
Case management means developing strategies for adults to find stability – both in housing and employment. For children, case management means helping them navigate the complexity of living in poverty.
Homelessness creates a profound instability for children about where they live, moving from school to school, and parents who are upset because at the moment they are unable to make a safe and secure place for their children. New Hope for Families was founded to specifically address the challenges families experiencing homelessness face. The needs and well-being of shelter children are at the center of New Hope operations. From age-appropriate toys, books, and school materials, to programs that help connect children to healthy recreation, foods, and experiences, staff and volunteers at New Hope help children overcome the emotional and social difficulties of homelessness.