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H.O.P.E. Housing

Affordable housing is crucial for fostering a stable community. Our aim is to provide safe shelter for seniors and families. Covenant I, with 68 units for seniors, will begin accepting applications in October 2024. We're also planning Covenant II for family housing. Additionally, we're implementing initiatives like day centers, night shelters, mobile showers, and permanent supportive housing to support those in need.

H.O.P.E. Education

For businesses to thrive, they need a skilled and motivated workforce. We strive to remove societal barriers to employment by providing training and support, empowering individuals to build sustainable careers.

H.O.P.E. Recovery

At New Hope CDC, we prioritize accessible healthcare for all Cape Fear residents, including mental health and addiction treatment, for comprehensive community well-being.

H.O.P.E. Economic Empowerment

Our team is dedicated to creating economic opportunities for all citizens in the Cape Fear region. We focus on supporting local small businesses, with the vision of establishing a community center.

H.O.P.E. Our Street Outreach: Bridging the Gap

New H.O.P.E. CDC's Bridging the Gap outreach program is dedicated to supporting the unsheltered community. We actively engage with their experiences, believing that addressing their immediate needs is the first step in preventing and ending homelessness.

H.O.P.E. Mental Health & Peer Support

New H.O.P.E. CDC values peer support for its role in easing burdens through shared experiences. Guided by specialists, we assist those facing mental illness or addiction with open dialogue, fostering recovery and community integration

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