House of Hope York is unique because of our focus on the family as a whole unit and not just the teen.
Successes are accomplished through the power of Christ's love,Christian counseling and education.
Since 2012, HOHY has been serving families that live within 100 miles of our campus. Our goals are to provide healing and restoration through individual and family
counseling combined with education, recreation,
life skills and spiritual growth.
Our residential home houses 6 girls. During their time with us, we provide healing and restoration through individual and family counseling combined with education, recreation, life skills and spiritual growth.
All of our residents are enrolled in our on-site school, Hope Academy. Our educational program is a key part of the success of our girls. Many of the girls come to us suffering from poor grades, lack of ambition, and school attendance issues.
Hope Academy is registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Education and utilizes the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum.
The number of people experiencing moderate to severe symptoms of depression and anxiety has continued to increase throughout 2021 and remains higher than rates prior to COVID-19.
Our mission is to provide a loving, Christ centered environment that brings hope, healing and restoration to hurting teenagers and their families through the power of the Holy Spirit and the word of God. Our prayer and purpose is to be a model of Christ’s love, by providing spiritual guidance, education, counseling and mentoring that will allow the teen to re-enter society as a God-assured, purpose-driven individual able to cope with the challenges and pressures of everyday life.
Everyone served by our ministry experiences God’s love and healing, restoration in their relationships, and hope for the future.