In 1963, a group of progressive parents and community leaders envisioned a place where the special needs of children with multiple disabilities can be met within the community.
Today, Hope House for the Multiple-Handicapped, Inc. continues to lead the growing movement of families and advocates committed to advancing the rights of people with different abilities, driven by the belief that all people can lead their own lives with independence and dignity.
Hope House brings relief and comfort to families with children and adults with autism and other disabilities. Families know their loved ones will receive individualized care and treatment. Hope House strives to help build a community of supporters to advance our mission.