HOPE HOUSE VISITATION CENTER
The homelike environment of Hope House will allow parents to…
· Spend quality time with their children
· Find necessary comfort and support
· Build healthy relationships
· Improve family and parenting skills
Hope House Visitation Center is located one block south of the Youngstown Playhouse, near the intersection of Glenwood and West Earle Avenue. After turning onto West Earle from Glenwood, we are the second driveway on the left.
For the safety of the families that have supervised visitation and exchange of children between parents, we always keep the parents scheduled times 15 minutes apart. We have the children for 15 minutes before the visit starts and 15 minutes after the visiting party leaves.
During this time the monitor keeps the child busy with crafts, music, books, games, coloring, or drawing.
Hope House Visitation Center, Inc. a private, charitable, non-profit agency began in 1996 as a vision of the Junior League of Youngstown to build a safe, neutral, family friendly facility specifically intended for parents to have access to their children, thus encouraging and maintaining a two-parent family for children even though the parents no longer live together. In June of 1999 the Articles of Incorporation and our Federal Corporate ID number was approved. The Junior League turned over Hope House to the Board of Directors on March 31, 2000 (mortgage free & handicap accessible), and the first visits began in July of 2000. In May of 2000, the 501 (c)(3) non-profit status was granted. Hope House serves families in Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
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