H.O.P.E. Programs

Programs & Services

Improving the Lives of Families Affected by Incarceration

Through partnerships with local Sheriff’s offices, Family Tree clinicians provide weekly parenting classes to currently incarcerated people and provide the opportunity for regular contact visits with their children with the Project H.O.P.E. program. Participation in the program is voluntary, free for participants, and offered to both women and men. For more information, click the links below.

For more information or to bring Project H.O.P.E. to your area, please contact Whitney Storey by email.

Mentorship for Young Women after Release

The H.O.P.E. Expansion program is for young women (25 years old and younger) upon their release from local jails and is intended to help them with successful reentry into their community. Program participants are paired with a community mentor for their first-year post-release and co-create a plan for meeting goals including education, mental health, substance abuse recovery, parenting, relationships, financial well-being, housing, and job skills. This program is offered free of charge thanks to funding provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

For more information, please contact Whitney Storey by email.