TOGETHER, WE’RE OPENING DOORS FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES IN CUMBERLAND, DAUPHIN & YORK COUNTIES!

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We are ending family homelessness in Cumberland, Dauphin & York counties!


Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area offers a long-term program to single mothers and their children experiencing homelessness in Cumberland, Dauphin and York counties. Through rental assistance on a decreasing basis that leads to safe and sustainable housing, a strengths-based and holistic case management approach focusing on financial literacy, further education, increased earning power with sustainable employment, and building family resilience, the Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area program offers single mothers a hand-up through resources that keep her family housed while she does the hard work of meeting goals toward ending homelessness permanently and being able to sustain her family on her own.

Families are housed in safe, permanent housing within 60 days from when they join our program. We match each family with six to ten Neighboring Volunteers from local Christian Faith Communities who offer a network of supportive relationships as mom works to reach the goals she creates with our professionally trained Case Manager. This three-way partnership between the family facing homelessness, Neighboring Volunteers and our Case Manager offers the support families need while they work hard to attain three main outcomes at graduation from our program: 

Safe & Sustainable Housing | Strong & Resilient Families | Supportive Relationships

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Celebrating Lives Impacted Network-Wide in 2020-2021

314

Parents & Children Served

450+

Neighboring Volunteers

32

Average Days to Move into Stable Housing

100%

of Families Experienced Caring, Friendship, and Helpful Connections with their Neighboring Volunteers

Stories of Hope

Laura’s Story

Laura was the first in her family to graduate from high school, then college. In her mid-20s, she was a full-time paralegal raising a toddler when an unexpected cancer diagnosis plunged her into financial distress. Told she earned too much to qualify for public assistance, she and her son had been living out of their car for months when someone mentioned Bridge of Hope.

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September 20, 2022

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The name 'Bridge of Hope' describes exactly what they do for homeless single Moms. I believe ‘hope’ is the cry of every single Mom as they cross the bridge into the unknown and scary journey of single parenting. When there is nothing left to live for, ‘hope’ is a beautiful gift given by the staff and [Neighboring Volunteers] at Bridge of Hope.

Anne Beiler, Founder, Auntie Anne's, Inc.