House of Hope 316

There is a growing epidemic in our country – elderly women and men are becoming homeless at an alarming rate. Many sleep in their cars (or anywhere they can) simply because of limited income. Others have a home but they live alone, in an unsafe way. Some get help from the government or family. Many don’t.

After more than a year of prayer and planning, the House of Hope 316 (in Prescott Valley) opened the first house in 2019, the second in 2021, and the third in 2023. They are all adult independence facilities, providing a room, meals, and other services to the elderly. But they are more than that. They are a place where the residents can feel safe and loved and become part of a family. The second house opened in 2021 and the third in 2023 (all in Prescott Valley). We can now house and feed up to 19 elderly residents at any one time.

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