Hope Institute

Frequently Asked Questions

Transformational Assistance for Homeless Female Veterans

Allow the H.O.P.E. Institute to assist you in getting your life back on track. The Services we offer are as follows:
• Housing – (House of Peace and Independent Living)
• Transportation – (Vet Run)
• Education – (H.O.P.E. Hall)
• Basic Needs – (Vet Mart)

Contact us for program details.

Elder's Hands - Female Veterans

Enrollment Process

Orientation and Intake

Take the steps needed to reach independence with our services. The first step to enrolling is attending an orientation. The orientation sessions are held twice a month. During the orientation, the program advisers explain our programs and services, and the criteria for participation.


When a woman is interested in proceeding and is eligible for service, the program advisor contacts the caseworker or counselor to schedule an assessment. This assessment may take several hours.

Case Review

After the assessment is completed, the staff reviews your information. Reviews can take up to two weeks. When the review is complete, we contact the caseworker or counselor by phone or letter to provide the status of enrollment. If the woman is accepted into the program, she is placed on the waiting list or given a move-in date. If rejected, she receives a letter from the advisor with the reason for the decision. She will have the ability to reapply in six months.

Learn more about the educational curriculum for the women who reside at the House of Peace

No Requirement
Era of Service: 
No Requirement
VA Disability Rating Requirement: 
No Disability Requirement
Discharges Allowed: 
General Under Honorable