ONH Partners with FRRC and FDC to Deliver Masks Behind the Wall

Operation New Hope participated in an amazing collaboration with Desmond Meade of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition and the Florida Department of Corrections through the donation of 12,000 masks to correctional officers and inmates. Desmond Meade is the driving force behind Amendment 4, which restored the voting rights of people with prior felony convictions and was overwhelmingly supported by Florida …

Meeting the Moment

The team at Operation New Hope is rising to Meet the Moment. The essential services we provide our clients – transitional housing, transportation, job training and placement, mental health counseling, connection to social services – are more important now than ever. Providing these resources not only helps individuals returning from prison, but also serves as an important economic need by …

Celebrating Florida Department of Corrections’ Support and Partnership

The first week of May is celebrated as National Correctional Officers and Employees Week, recognizing the contributions of correctional officers and personnel who work in jails, prisons, and community corrections across the country. In addition spotlighting individual correctional officers, we would like to recognize the Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) as a whole for their years of partnership and for their most recent support during these …

Northeast Florida Community Resources during COVID-19 Crisis

Operation New Hope continues to serve established clients remotely during the COVID-19 crisis, and we are developing a plan to deliver future in-person services to serve new clients. In the meantime, we recognize that many are in need of other public health, social and financial resources. Please consult this continually updated listing for other needs during the crisis. Local Information …

The Jim Moran Foundation Gives HOPE during Challenging Times

Operation New Hope is pleased to announce that The Jim Moran Foundation has provided an emergency response grant in the amount of $30,000.00 to support our staff and the clients we serve with hunger relief, housing, child care, and loss of employment and income as a result of the global pandemic created by the Coronavirus.  The intent of this grant is to provide the most immediate intervention to those …

Operation New Hope Team is Still Hard at Work, Committed to Serving the Community

The swift arrival of a global pandemic is challenging all of us to quickly adapt to a new way of being and the team at Operation New Hope is rising to meet the challenge. The essential services we provide our clients – transitional housing, transportation, job training and placement, mental health counseling, connection to social services – are more important …