Hope Manor II is one of the first large scale, supportive housing developments in the country specifically designed for head of household Veterans and their families. The need for services to all Veterans struggling with unemployment, mental health challenges and homelessness continues to grow – but it is growing at an accelerated rate for female Veterans and Veterans with children.Hope Manor II provides a comprehensive response to the challenges facing all Veterans who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness – especially female Veterans and Veterans with children. Hope Manor II is a campus-style community that provides a flexible continuum of housing and supportive services to individual Veterans and Veterans with families through a unique combination of studio apartments, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom units and 4-bedroom townhomes.
As the name implies, Hope Manor II is about much more than simply providing housing for Veterans who are struggling – the goal is to help Veterans change and improve their lives over the long-term by promoting self-sufficiency, building new skills, creating strong support networks and integrating Veterans more positively into community life.
Property features include:
Fully furnished units, kitchens equipped with appliances, spacious floor plan, forced-air heating and air conditioning, cable ready, wired for high speed internet access.
Community space includes:
Resource centers with access to computers and library. Community room used for program events and activities. Hope Manor II also has a spacious playground and grilling areas for use by residents and their dependents.
Program features include:
Counseling, case management, parent training and support, youth enrichment programs, employment services and peer support.
Interested Veterans will need the following paperwork:
- DD214 Honorable or Under honorable discharge
- Valid State ID or DL
- Social Security Card
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Income