Hope is working to prohibit source of income discrimination, the practice of refusing to rent to a housing applicant because of that person's lawful form of income.
HUD estimates that approximately 639 Michigan veterans are homeless. HOPE advocates for veterans by working with various veterans task forces to provide a voice for homeless veterans.
HOPE strives to advocate for our guests by identifying and filling gaps in services and creating necessary programs in collaboration with our community partners.
HOPE helps shelter guests acquire the necessary documentation to apply for housing assistance.
HOPE's success depends on its relationships with partner agencies in Oakland County and beyond.
We aim to provide education that will change the perception and attitude towards the homeless.
SHELTER (Full Length Documentary)
From the team behind the Peabody Award winning Last Chance High, comes SHELTER: a feature length documentary following a year in the life of homeless youth in New Orleans.
You're Homeless... Now What?
Martha Stone | TEDxPiscataquaRiver
What does homelessness look like, and who does it effect? Martha Stone, the executive director of a 96-bed homeless shelter, shares the stories of a few residents of the shelter, and shares how we can all end the cycle of homelessness in our communities.
ON THE STREETS (A feature documentary on homelessness in L.A.)
On the Streets' is a 12-part video series about homelessness in Los Angeles. Journalist and filmmaker Lisa Biagiotti tackles this complex issue by putting faces to the statistics.