Welcome to Hope Family Shelters
Renewing Hope, Rebuilding Lives
H.O.P.E. Ministries is a non-profit, faith based organization dedicated to providing shelter and services to homeless and low-income families that cultivate self-respect, self-reliance, and spiritual direction in order to strengthen families, individuals, and the community.
During social distancing mandates, we have had to cancel an upcoming fundraising event that typically brings in $10,000. This fundraiser supports the work of providing services to on average 29 homeless adults and 68 homeless children at any given time. These families who are striving for self-reliance, self-respect and spiritual growth are completely reliant on HOPE Family Shelters during this time. We provide breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks daily as well as hygiene and sanitary supplies. With this service we are seeking not only financial support and donations, but also the following frequently used and needed items: Masks, Gloves, Laundry pods, Dish soap, Milk, Snacks, Bulk shelf stable food, Rubbing alcohol (60% or higher), Bleach, Diapers and wipes, Toilet paper, Hand sanitizer
Please bring all donated items to 520 S. Union Rd. Manteca Ca. 95337 and donate here online.
An emergancy shelter that services women and children who have been displaced for up to 60-90 days. Women may bring their children, girl’s ages 0-18 and boys 0-12. “Project Hope” is implemented upon admittance which utilizes case Management, counseling and mental health referrals address all occupational and residential goals as well as provide clients with an effective targeted program that gives them hope for a stable and independent future.
HOPE Family Shelter
An emergency shelter that services families who have been displaced for up to 60-90 days. Married couples, or single parents, and their children may stay and receive services through “Project Hope” which offers case management, counseling and mental health referrals. Resident’s occupational and residential goals are assessed and met with an effective targeted program that gives them hope for a stable and independent future.
A transitional living apartment that effectively prepares residents with the ability to transition from an emergency shelter environment to a residence outside of the HOPE Family Shelter system within an 18 month period. Services focus on occupational growth and financial independence to further prepare them to be residentially independent.
End of Year Report
Read our end of year newsletter which includes a message from our executive director