News and Events

Disability Pride Month – Ramakrishna

By hope_author | July 19, 2021

In celebration of #DisabilityPrideMonth, we are proud to spotlight our very own Ramakrishna “Krishna” Voleti, a client at Hope Services and team member at HopeTHRIFT. At the age of 5, Krishna was unable to walk independently, and a diagnosis from the doctor left his family with little hope for the future. Defying all odds, Krishna…

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Happy New Fiscal Year!

By hope_author | June 30, 2021

Dear Hope Services Family,  This fiscal year end 2020/2021 has been a great year for us and I feel very proud of what has been achieved and very appreciative of all the hard work put in by the Hope Services team. Last year at this time, we were faced with a very gloomy future of…

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Letter from the CEO – Hope’s Plan to Re-open In-Person Services

By hope_author | June 15, 2021

Dear Hope’s clients, caregivers, and family members, I want to thank each and every one of you for your patience and understanding as we collectively navigate the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. At this time, we’re pleased to announce that we have established a timeline for our team and clients to return to in-person services. Our office will begin…

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Some of our mental health team, with masks

Hope Services Counseling Center Responds to the Coronavirus Pandemic

By hope_author | June 7, 2021

Dealing with mental health challenges and having an intellectual disability, going through a scary pandemic, and a stay-at-home policy are major challenges of these unprecedented times. How can we help our clients to safely deal with all of this? In March 2020, the coronavirus pandemic resulted in an unprecedented and historic shelter in place order…

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Hope Services is Helping Those Suffering From Mental Illness

By hope_author | May 26, 2021

This month is very different than any other month for people suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia and other mental conditions because of isolation and lack of personal contact to friends, family and therapists. Their ongoing struggles with dealing with their condition has worsened since March 16. According to National Alliance on Mental Illness, nearly…

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Support Peace

By hope_author | April 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

By hope_author | March 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

By hope_author | March 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

By hope_author | January 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

By hope_author | December 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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