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Our Mission

Hope House residential services exist to improve the lives of children and adults with special needs by providing a therapeutic living environment emphasizing learning and encouraging individual development, growth and socialization.  In a world where being different used to mean isolation from society, we advocate for our residents to have a life full of personal, meaningful choices.

Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser

The Hope House Murder Mystery Dinner returns November 11. Our event features a 3-course dinner with an interactive play and includes a silent auction as well. Funds raised will go towards re-modeling projects necessary for client comfort, care and safety.

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Please save the date and grab your spot for our upcoming Mystery Murder Dinner on November 11th, 2017! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope House having a rootin-tootin good time! Breakfasting with Champions at the Industry Hills Expo Center with San Gabriel Pomona Regional Center service providers & vendors ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope House For The Multiple-Handicapped, Inc. shared a link. ... See MoreSee Less

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An excellent day at Cortez Park for the 25th Annual The Parents' Place Family Resource and Empowerment Center Fair, complete with free food, games, and entertainment for the whole family! ... See MoreSee Less

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Stop by our booth! We will be sharing about our programs and showcasing Respite Reachout that has been serving families in the San Gabriel Valley since 1987. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Los Angeles Coalition of Service Providers is sponsoring AB 279 (Chris Holden). It is a grassroots civil rights bill for organizations serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in California, those organizations who now have the misfortune of existing in parts of the state with a higher minimum wage than the State of California. It is their misfortune because the State doesn't recognize the local minimum wages their providers must pay and thus avoids fully funding these services which are mandated by the Lanterman Act. Providers will be hurt financially and more closures will negatively impact the people in need of services. AB 279 requires DDS to acknowledge these local rates. Please share with your friends across the state, we need tons of support to keep this bill alive. ... See MoreSee Less

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Assembly Human Services Committee passes thru AB 279 by a 6-0 vote! On to Appropriations now where a tougher challenge awaits. This bill requires state funding to compensate providers where local minimum wage exceeds the state level. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our community homes in El Monte and Monrovia! ... See MoreSee Less

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Some of the decor at the Hope Chest, recently celebrating Black History Month: ... See MoreSee Less

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