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Hope House is a non-profit organization
providing neighborhood support to
families...
especially to mothers and their children.
HomeFamily Support CenterHope for the NationsSchedulePresentationsMaterials
Contact InfoAboutHow To HelpL.A. CafeHope for the HolidaysBaby Olympics
Women's HealthAbortion Information

Something Good in the Neighborhood
​"A Muslim Letter, 'A Common Word  Between Us and You',
Draws Increasing Support, Including that of Hope House"
...read more on our Hope for the Nations page
Meet the founders of Hope House on the "About" page.

Check out our Fall 2015 Newsletter
Check out our Fall Schedule!
True Neighbor Teams Show Up!
Hope House was recently invited to celebrate the successful launching of Greater Boston Refugee Ministry.  In the midst of a growing global debate surrounding refugee resettlement, Boston is now compassionately leading the way!  We were so honored to participate in their 1st Annual Banquet, "Hopes and Dreams", on Nov. 21 in Burlington, Mass.  Seen above are: Lewiston friends who attended with us, Baby Pemba and Jan singing "Dream Some Dreams" in the program,  (Special thanks to Torli Krua for including us in GBRM events!) ​
Greater Boston Refugee Ministry Banquet
Thanks to all who made our 
Christmas Toy Shop a great success!
(Lewiston Sun Journal article)
Thank you Knights of Columbus from Holy Family Church for your generous donation of much needed baby items!
FREE Baked Goods now featured at our center Wednesday mornings thanks to Georgio's Donuts, Starbucks, Panera Bread, and Shaw's!  
​Order Hope House's newest resource!
​Check out news coverage of our July 2016 Portand Head Light field trip.  If you missed it, join us next year!  And thanks, Hudson Bus Lines!
Hope House Co-Director, Bruce Willson, recently attended a rally on the steps of the city hall of Portland Maine. It was to show support of the Somali community of Maine after they had been wrongly characterized  as adding to the crime situation in Maine. According to the local police in both Portland, and Lewiston where Hope House has it's support center, crime has decreased since the Somalis have been a part of our communities.    (see article/video)