Mission: Hope Restoration Ministries is a 501c3, non-profit organization dedicated to helping disadvantaged/homeless young women emotionally, socially, and financially. We serve female youth and young adults who are homeless, aged-out from the foster care system and/or in transition through a variety of programs in Davidson and Rutherford Counties. Some of our programs include: Transitional Housing Services, Case Management Services, Street Outreach Programs, and The Hope Closet. Our mission is to empower young women to become confident, independent, and capable of reaching their fullest potential.
Results: Top Accomplishments for 2009: We made the first ever List of Top-Rated Food and Shelter Nonprofits at GreatNonprofits.org. Top accomplishments for 2008: provided full support services to 6 homeless women in two Transitional Homes; assisted 2 women leave the Transition Home and acquire apartments; assisted 3 women with GED classes or college entrance; recruited 2 volunteer counselors who provided approximately 6 hours of counseling service per week; recipient of Bank of America 2008 Local Hero Award. Top accomplishments for 2007: fed over 400 homeless individuals; assisted 1 adolescent in getting accepted into college; provided housing to one homeless college student enabling her to graduate from TSU; assisted 2 participants with the purchase of automobiles; rented two houses for short-term housing needs of homeless young women.
Target demographics: female homeless adolescents in Davidson County, ages 18-25.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 20
Geographic areas served: Davidson and Rutherford Counties in Tennessee
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