Programs & Services

Our Programs & Services

House of Hope has specifically designed programs and services to meet the needs of the families and children of Tennessee where there may be gaps so we may provide both direct and in kind support to those in need.

Children & Teens Helped

Safe Haven / Transitional Housing

Our home is available 24/7 with around the clock care of TN children and teens removed from their parents or caregiver. The care, safety and nurturing of these youth is of the utmost priority as we strive to reduce trauma they have endured. After arriving the youth will experience all the comforts of a true home. We provide a comfortable bed, food, clothing, toiletry items and much more.

Youth will stay an undetermined amount of time until foster care is secured or placement in a therapeutic environment for counseling and treatment is found. The department of children’s Services and professional sitters are on-site 24/7 along with House of Hope staff and Volunteers to assist with the emotional and physical needs of each youth.

Food, Clothing, and Household Donations

G.R.A.C.E Program​

The House of Hope Grace Program is for Grandparents and other relatives that find themselves becoming the primary caregiver of children & teens removed from their parents’ custody. With the caregivers often being retired and living on a fixed income it may be difficult to provide the initial items needed when bringing children & teens into their home. We offer specifically designed direct support services as well as in kind support.

We provide food, clothing, diapers, furniture, school supplies and Christmas gifts, and also direct support with unexpected expenses that may stress their monthly budget. We also provide budget counseling and moral support during the process of gaining custody.

Gift Giving

Angel Tree 2024

The 2024 House of Hope Angel Tree Wrapping will be held on Monday December 9th, 2024 & Tuesday December 10th, 2024 from 9:00 am to Noon and 5:00pm to 8:00pm in Crossville, TN. 

To sign up to help wrap please call 931-707-2273 between December 2nd & 6th 2024, or you may register here. To sign up to donate gifts or become a sponsor, register here. Snacks will be provided for the morning shift and a light dinner for the evening shift. Please specify date and time and number in your party, and also provide your phone number and email.

Note: Please bring tape, scissors, and a pen. You may also bring any extra wrapping paper or boxes if you would like.

The 2023 House of Hope Angel Tree provided gifts, clothing, toiletry items and more for 815 children. Our Angels include those in Foster Care, with Grandparents and other children in our community in need. Thank you to all of our individual, church, civic and corporate sponsors.

Education Advancement

Hope Manning Memorial Scholarship​

A scholarship is given each year in memory of a little girl Hope Manning. Her fate changed the way our county approached child abuse cases and was one of the reasons House of Hope was founded and why the name House of Hope exist. 

A one-thousand-dollar scholarship is given to a graduating senior from the following Tennessee High Schools: Cumberland County High School, Stone Memorial High School and Phoenix High School. The student must prepare an essay noting a hardship they have overcome. After the winners are chosen, they not only will receive a scholarship for the current year but will also receive a scholarship for a second year of college after successful completion of the first.

This scholarship is made possible by House of Hope donors as well as Threads of Hope Thrift Store customers that add their change and donations to our Scholarship jar located at our store.

Interested in how it all started? Click here to learn how the program began back in 2006.

Community Support Services

By referral from the Department of Children’s Services or other organizations & professionals. Providing direct support, food pantry, clothing closet, toiletry items, household items. To receive direct client support services children must be living in the home or parents must be working a permanency plan with the Department of Children’s Services.

For Teens to meet criteria for the Tennessee Promise Scholarship, and other school related projects, to fulfill requirements for juvenile probation, and also for church groups & civic organizations to volunteer their time for a group service project.

A database to track families receiving gifts from various churches, organizations and civic groups so duplication does not occur.

Go to the site below and you can pull the mobile QR code. This is a multi county resource database:

Member of Cumberland County Trauma Informed Community Alliance (TICA). We envision a world in which Cumberland County Tennessee is a trauma-informed, resilient, and self-sustaining community that ensures the health, safety, and well-being of individuals, children, and families.

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can have a tremendous impact on future violence victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. The CDC and the House of Hope work to understand ACEs and prevent them.

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Jan thru Dec 2024

Angel Tree Sponsorship

9th - 10th

December, 2024

Angel Tree Wrapping


April, 2024

Blue Ribbon 2024

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