- Need Help?
- Take Action
- About Us
- Find a Location
- Choose Language
Building resiliency is a cornerstone of a family’s ability to avoid falling back into crisis when problems occur. This looks different for each person served by Hopelink. It could mean earning a GED, getting a job, finding a safe place to live or developing financial literacy skills and knowledge.
Hopelink programs are designed to first meet a family’s basic needs – food, shelter and short-term financial assistance. Once the immediate crisis has been addressed, the road to self-sufficiency is smoothed by Hopelink’s tools to exit poverty—case management, education, employment assistance and training resources.
In order to help 10,000 families move from crisis to permanent self sufficiency, Hopelink will double the number of Employment Specialists and Family Development Case Managers over the next 10 years.
For more information contact Barbara Hagel at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 425.897.3706.