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Community of Hope makes three primary promises to the community.
Caring for Families – We offer quality healthcare and stable housing to the most vulnerable mothers, fathers, and children who struggle with health and often experience homelessness.
Improving Lives - We focus on the strengths of each person, as they create stable lives for themselves and promising futures for their children.
Leading Change – Through partnerships and innovation, we work toward transforming systems to serve our neighbors better.
Caring for Families. Improving Lives. Leading Change.
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“The statistics show that maternal mortality affects those of us in this community the most. Mortality rates are much higher for African American mothers than for any other nationality and so with this neighborhood being predominately black, why wouldn’t a center be here? Why wouldn’t we raise more awareness around it so that as women become mothers, they know they have other optionsoutside of going straight to a hospital?”
When 21-year-old Daeja Kennerly moved into The Triumph, she knew that her challenging journey with unstable housing was finally going to change. For several years, Daeja and her three young kids experienced homelessness – from living with different family members to securing housing only to face eviction shortly after. Unfortunately, this part of Daeja’s life had seemed never-ending and hopeless.
Community of Hope provided over 56,000 quality, compassionate healthcare visits to 12,744 patients in 2018 across Washington, DC.
180 families in Community of Hope's housing program worked with our Employment Specialists and were twice as likely to find jobs in 2018.
- Alyce McFarland, former housing client and current board member
99 percent of families served in homelessness programs were stably housed or in positive destinations in 2018.
Community of Hope has grown to serve 7x as many patients and homeless families in the last 15 years.
It all starts with a place to call home. Community of Hope worked to end and prevent homelessness for 1,159 families, including 3,590 individuals in 2018.
Community of Hope works to improve health and end family homelessness to make Washington, DC more equitable.
-Alanda Braxton Miles, Community of Hope patient