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Thanks to all of our generous sponsors:
Hope Services’ Mission is to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.
As the leading provider of services to people with developmental disabilities in Silicon Valley for over 63 years, Hope serves more than 3,500 people and their families in six counties and provides essential programs for all ages, infants through seniors.
Your gift of any size makes a difference. The success of Hope and our community delivers dividends for everyone’s future. We even accept stock donations: to transfer appreciated stock or securities, please print and complete the STOCK TRANSFER FORM, or click on the link above to find out more.
Hope participants make amazing additions to your workforce. Don’t have a staffing need, but have an assembly project? Hope can do it! Both solutions deliver high quality, competitive pricing, and provide real social impact, while helping to combat the 87% unemployment rate for individuals with developmental disabilities in CA.
Hope Services partners with Guadalupe River Park Conservancy to make Rotary PlayGarden cleanest and safest park in South Bay
Hope Services and the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy have teamed up to maintain the Rotary PlayGarden in San Jose, designed and built for children and young adults with special needs. Hope Services’ participants will be cleaning the park Monday through Friday. The goal is for the PlayGarden to be the cleanest and safest park in the south bay. The PlayGarden opened on May 23rd, and thousands of people have been enjoying the park on a daily basis. For more information see the PDF, or visit the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy website.
Hope’s Mental Health Services recently undertook an innovative study led by Susan Detrick, Ph.D. that focused on effective ways to identify, assess, and treat psychiatric illnesses that impact individuals who also have autism. Clients who were involved in the project have been stabilized or have experienced improvements in their integration in social settings.
Alex is 22 years old and has autism. He is a recent graduate of a Hope training program where he worked as an intern at Lucile Packard Children’s and Stanford Hospitals in surgical pathology. With guidance from Hope, he caught on quickly, and made friends with his co-workers, an achievement that often eludes people with autism. Today, thanks to funders like you, Alex lives independently and works at a lab where he is responsible for sterilization and eyewashes. Help us create more bright futures for people like Alex.
Hope at Work:
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