News and Events

Support Peace

Apr 1, 2021

Anti-Asian violence has long been a reality for Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Hope services affirms its commitment to addressing structural causes of harm against AAPI communities that are rooted in Anti- Black racism and white supremacy.

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Hope Services Chief Program Officer Goes Wherever Help Is Most Needed

Mar 16, 2021

Tara Beckman joins the Hope Services family as new Chief Program Officer; overseeing all programs and driving the exploration of new programmatic opportunities. “Tara’s experience providing guidance, assessment and treatment to diverse patient populations, combined with her ability to manage programs and build alliances will allow her to make significant contributions,” note Chip Huggins, President/CEO.…

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An Update from our CEO

Mar 15, 2021

Dear Hope Services Family and Friends, I hope you all are in good health and spirits as we welcome a new year. 2021 is an exciting time for our agency, as we are celebrating anniversaries, milestones, and new arrivals. Hope Services has been “transforming lives through Hope since 1952” by providing a lifespan of services…

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An Update on the Peris Quadruplet

Jan 29, 2021

Thanks to the generosity of our giving community, Hope Services was able to raise $201,922 during our holiday campaign! This means more equipment, staff, and resources available to help additional Hope families in 2021. We shared this wonderful news with Michele, mother to the Peris quadruplets you have read so much about last month, and…

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Looking Back at 2020

Dec 29, 2020

Dear Friends and Stakeholders, As we near the end of this very challenging year, I would like to thank everyone for their support of Hope Services. The pandemic, racial unrest, and fires have left folks exhausted and anxious. We have been able to keep most of our programs operating during the pandemic while we have…

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2nd ANNUAL IN CONCERT WITH HOPE RAISED OVER $536,399 !

Oct 27, 2020

Sponsors, partners, and supporters virtually attended Hope Services’ 2nd annual “In Concert with Hope” benefit featuring two-time GRAMMY nominee jazz saxophonist Mindi Abair and multi GRAMMY award nominated arranger, producer, and jazz pianist Shelly Berg. Each performer shared a personal connection to Hope Services as well as exceptional music which provided therapy and a sense…

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Hope Services Update: The Reopening of Services

Aug 21, 2020

Dear Friends, Since shelter-in-place orders came down March 16th, the management team has been busy implementing a new remote learning program called From Hope to Home ™.  More than 84% of our clients are enrolled and participating in this new program since the beginning of July. When in-person therapy, programming, and services had to cease,…

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Artist’s Parents Leave Legacy of Hope in Her Honor

Jul 21, 2020

Hope comes from many sources like Suzie Tabata, a talented artist born with cerebral palsy who spent time during her life as a client of Hope Services. In her memory, the Tabata Living Trust recently made a donation of nearly half-a-million dollars to Hope Services. Unstoppably perseverant, Suzie pursued her interests and creative outlets with…

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Hope services and LGBTQ+ youth

Jun 30, 2020
Hope Services logo with rainbow flag

Hope Services is deeply committed to serving the specific needs of LGBTQ+ youth. We recognize that the LGBTQ+ community is much more likely than others to experience a mental health condition such as severe depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, thoughts of suicide, and substance abuse. Throughout our organization, Hope Services values diversity, equity, and inclusion.…

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Difficult Times!

Jun 3, 2020

These are indeed difficult times. For the past three months we’ve faced the challenge of an unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, widespread economic calamity, and an uncertain future. For the past several days, we’ve experienced civil unrest on a national scale that hasn’t been seen in nearly two generations, and I know that’s concerning to you all.…

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