HOPE HOUSE VISITATION CENTER
Hope House Staff pictured, from front to back: Paula Kalaman, Amanda Sweeney & Megan Ramsey
· Backpacks or duffel bags
· Small fleece blankets / small pillows
· Pillow Pets/Stuffed animals
· Coloring or activity books
· Crayons, markers, colored pencils
· Small toys /games
· Fast food gift cards ($5 amounts)
· Clorox disinfectant wipes
· Paper towels or napkins
· Paper plates / cups
· Office supplies
· Forever postage stamps
· Juice boxes
· Healthy individually wrapped snacks
Donations may be brought to Hope House during business hours at the address above. All monetary donations are tax-deductible and may be sent directly to Hope House. Make checks payable to Hope House Visitation Center.
Hope House Provides:
A neutral setting that increases the family’s level of comfort and/or security and provides non-custodial parents contact with their children.
Visitation rooms which are structured to accommodate different age levels.
Secure environment with buzzer entry and Deputy Sheriff present to reduce potential harm to victims of child abuse and domestic violence.
Hope House is a non-profit organization that receives grant funding as well as other donations from individuals in the community. A special thanks to our generous donors:
VOCA Federal Funding through Ohio Attorney General's Office
Mahoning County Children Services Board
Huntington Bank Ward Beecher Foundation
Home Savings and Loan
Ruth Beecher Charitable Fund
The Youngstown Foundation
Helping children and families going through the trauma ofdivorce or custody battles is an important service that can be personally rewarding. Hope House is in need of volunteers to help monitor visits between parents and children.
Volunteers must be at least 21 years of age and able to work with children. You must provide four references and pass a criminal background check. For more information or to request an application, please call or e-mail Megan at email@example.com.
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