HOPE House Miami is a transitional facility, located in a quiet, tree-lined Miami neighborhood, serving those in need of temporary housing.
Established in 2005, HOPE House Miami is a transitional facility, located in a quiet, tree-lined Miami neighborhood, serving those in need of temporary housing.
Support and resources are provided for the homeless to become stable and self-sufficient.
More than a house, this home has been a blessing and a source of HOPE to many families and individuals during a time of need.
If Hope House Miami could talk, what wonderful stories it would tell. First, it would tell of the transformed lives of the many people who had experienced homelessness but found sanctuary and hope within its walls. It would tell of the dedicated volunteers who are not afraid to go where there is pain and poverty. It would tell of thousands of holiday dinners, gift cards, foot washings, and new sneakers for the homeless. It would tell the story of two men who found themselves through the acceptance and responsibility that is a part of Hope House.
Three years ago, a young man had just completed his rehab program and had no place to go. It would have been easy for him to go back to his old life of addiction without the stability of temporary housing and guidance and support. Hope Ministry Project, Inc. was there to help him avert a relapse by providing a safe place to stay, access to job training and guidance. Today that young man continues to live soberly and responsibly and work three days a week as a massage therapist.
By far the most successful story has to be the one about the former homeless man who stayed at Hope House Miami and went on to be the manager of the property. That man’s life is a testimony to the power of compassion at work with Hope Ministry Project, Inc.
HOPE Ministry Project exists to to glorify God by igniting HOPE and bringing positive, lasting change in the lives of the oppressed, domestically and abroad. We empower orphaned and impoverished children in Haiti and those experiencing homelessness in South Florida.