Hope Village of Manatee, a development by Help To Home, Inc., is a supportive temporary housing program to help families with minor children who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. It is “supportive” housing because we support our clients by mentoring, monitoring, and providing case management for every family so they can escape the threat of homelessness.
Hope Village is a 2-Track Program:
Stable housing at below-market rent for up to two years. Without stable housing, it is hard for a mom or dad to think about improving their life if they are worried about where they will sleep tonight or if there will be food for the kids.
An individual “Program Agreement” for each client that includes wrap-around services including mentoring, monitoring and case management primarily using existing agency services. Living in Hope Village is conditioned upon meeting the milestones in the client’s “Program Agreement”.
About Our Organization
Help to Home, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt not-for-profit organization.
Help To Home, Inc. provides a temporary supportive housing program that requires life skills development as a condition of continued housing for families with minor children who are experiencing or are at risk of homelessness.
Who We Are
Help To Home, Inc. is a structured 501(c)(3) charitable foundation. Our Board Members are all local community volunteers striving to make a safe haven for children in our community.
What We Do
Help To Home, Inc. acts as a benevolent landlord that provides temporary supportive housing for families with children who are emerging from homelessness.
How You Can Help
There are many ways in which you can help Help to Home perform our mission including making a donation, spreading awareness, and volunteering your time.
The Moments that make us...
"Stephanie partcipated in a case management plan that had short term and long-term goals outlined. She met or exceeded her initial goals! Her two older children were able to enroll in school and her younger children to find a daycare that worked best for their family!"
"Brandi is a single mom with two children, and is determined to break through the generational poverty cycle and teach her children that living in a car is not normal! Brandi has learned to overcome her previous challenges and approach life with a new balance of appropriate decision-making skills."
"Debbie and her granddaughter were living in a shelter with no idea of how to escape homelessness. By connecting with a Help To Home volunteer, they were able to move in to one of our duplexes. The granddaughter is now thriving in her senior year at high school and dreams of going to college!"
"Veronica and her family of four, were referred to Help to Home by the Salvation Army. If it had not been for Help To Home, they would have been living in their car. Although both parents had full-time jobs, they still were unable to afford anything within our county. Help To Home was able to make them with a rental unit, providing hope and stability."