Clothing Closet: clothes for children birth to age 12, hygiene items, shoes, formula, and baby food when available
Lending Library: free children's books, books for adults available to check out
ABC (Attachment Bio-behavioral Catch-up): individual parent-training intervention aimed primarily at children between 6 and 24 months of age and their caregivers. ABC targets young children who have experienced early adversity, such as maltreatment or disruptions in care, and addresses several issues that have been identified as problematic among children who have experienced early adversity, including behaving in ways that push caregivers away and behavioral and biological dysregulation. The program works with parents or other caregivers to help them learn how to 1) behave in nurturing ways when children are distressed; 2) follow their child's lead to behave in delighted ways when children are not distressed; and 3) avoid behaving in frightening or intrusive ways. Click here for more information.
Family Support Services: consists of prevention, education, and intervention activities designed to enhance parents' abilities to become self-sufficient and care for their children. Services can also increase children's school performance and behavior, self-esteem, and leadership skills.
Visitation Rooms: HOPE Family Resource Center offers a neutral, safe, and respectful environment for children to safely visit with their non-custodial parent.