“I moved out when I was 16 years old, and I got caught with armed burglary charges. I was sent to a youthful offender camp and was released in 1999. I stayed out of trouble until 2009 when I got into opiates. I was doing stupid stuff like selling pills and ending up getting caught […]
A heroin and meth addict since I was 12 years old, I was in and out of rehab and jail for years. I felt defeated and had accepted that I was going to be a lifelong addict. It wasn’t until I was arrested for a probation violation and facing 18 months of prison time that […]
We can’t let our sense of outrage be driven by a sense of hopelessness. We must build a resilience of hope.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]