Hope House Ministries provides hope, care and compassion to nearly 2,000 individuals in need each month.
The Community House
Since its founding in 1980, the Community House with 10
beds has grown to a 30-bed house that provides a compassionate
approach to crisis intervention and a residential
community for homeless young people in need. The program
serves primarily youth between the ages of 16 and 21
years. It offers a creative living space where a young person
can grow and develop.
A long-term non-traditional residential treatment program
for addiction (minimum 12-18 months).
St. Francis House
Opened in 2010 as additional residential support for the
Pax Christi Hospitality Center
This twenty-five bed emergency center for men over 16,
provides those in need on Long Island a compassionate,
temporary residence offering three components: shelter and
food, human needs and services, advocacy and networking.
The Human Services Center
Staffed by a host of highly qualified professional counselors,
the Human Services Center serves thousands of adults and
young people in the course of a year. Included in the counseling
services are individual, marital and family counseling,
addiction counseling including alcoholism, co-dependency,
eating disorders and sexual abuse. The center also serves
as a meeting place for various therapy groups and several
Montfort Therapeutic Residence/Our Lady of Peace Academy
This program, which began in 2007, is an intensive
therapeutic treatment facility for children ages 11-18 who
find themselves caught in the family court system. These
children come to us at a time of great crisis in their young
lives and we provide them with a healthy, stable
environment, a school program, individual counseling,
group dynamics and educational and recreational outings.
Its greatest gift is providing aftercare services when a young
person returns home.
St. Louis de Montfort Academy
Montfort Academy is our free standing alternative junior-senior
high school. Individualized instruction and private
tutoring are provided by qualified teachers according to
each student’s needs. Montfort Academy’s staff consists of
a principal and volunteer teachers.
The Children and Family Center
The Children and Family Center of Hope House Ministries
is dedicated to the growth and development of children.
It does this by enhancing the ability of parents to provide
opportunities for children to live, love and work with a
sense of mutual well-being.
Is a residence designated for long-term needs of both men
and women, 21 years of age and older, who find themselves
in a situation of crisis or homelessness and are in need of a
semi-structured living environment. The goal of Wisdom
House is to help the individual make a transition into a
state of independent living.
Siena House is a home for women and women with
children, 21 years and older, who have suffered from
domestic violence and/or are in crisis or transition. This
program offers a safe, supportive environment while
empowering women to move toward independent living
and permanent housing.