AFFILIATES

Affiliate Expansion

Hope House Colorado’s vision is to see the lives of teen moms transformed around the world. Over the past few years, this vision has started to take shape as Hope House expanded into other cities across Colorado. One day, we hope to see Hope House’s all over the country and around the world who are passionate about empowering teen moms.  

We love to partner with like-minded individuals who are eager to equip teen moms in their area with the personal and economic supports they need to build a stable future.  

If you have a heart for teen moms and a desire to see God move in their lives and in the lives of their children, we would love to speak with you! 

Expansion Process

When considering new affiliates for Hope House, the team evaluates against the following criteria: 
  • Potential affiliate has a passion for teen moms and Jesus
    • Can share their ‘WHY’ /calling 
    • Experience working with teen moms 
    • Loves Jesus 
  • Potential affiliate whole heartedly agrees with all the Hope House Core Components 
  • Potential affiliate has come to Hope House Colorado for a site visit to meet Directors in-person 
  • Potential affiliate can define the needs of teen moms in their area 
    • Housing 
    • Resource Center programming 
    • Potential affiliate knows what resources are already available to teen moms in their area and what the gaps in service are 
  • Potential affiliate has established relationships in their community who are in support of helping teen moms 
    • Churches 
    • Businesses 
    • Non-profit orgs 
    • People 
  • These established relationships will provide support either financially or physically (volunteer, in-kind) 
  • Potential affiliate has the time/bandwidth to do the work to start a Hope House in their area 
  • Potential affiliate’s husband is in support of starting a Hope House (if married) 
  • Potential affiliate has the skills needed to successfully open and manage a Hope House OR is willing to learn them or hire staff with the needed skillsets 
    • Fundraising and Communications 
    • Operations/Finance 
    • Programming 
Please contact:

Jenny Macias
Director of Partnerships

Current Affiliates

Watch this video to see how Hope House Northern Colorado serves teen moms in Greeley!

Hope House Northern Colorado

Established in 2020 

Executive Director: Colleen Emery 

Hope House Northern Colorado (NoCO) is Northern Colorado’s only resource providing self-sufficiency programs to teen moms. Hope House offers a menu-style approach to services that allows teen moms to define their own goals and select components that will help them reach their goals. In the spring of 2021, Hope House NoCO launched parenting classes, educational support and individual counseling. The Hope House NoCO Resource Center opened with a ribbon cutting on September 1st; and social activities, including a Halloween party, started in the fall of 2021. Healthy relationship classes were added to the schedule by the spring of 2022, and planning is underway for financial literacy classes and early learning support. 

Hope House Cañon City

Established in 2022 

Executive Director: Amanda Kolman

The Hope House Cañon City Residential Program will offer a safe, stable home for teen moms and their children who have become homeless, are living in an unsafe environment or are in an environment that is unable to support them. The home will have three to four bedrooms that can provide teen moms up to a week of respite care, up to nine months of transitional housing or up to two years of comprehensive programming. While at the house, teen moms will be engaged and challenged through self-sufficiency programming provided by partners in Cañon City who can help teen moms finish high school, prep for college or a career, gain access to childcare and receive the essential resources they need to provide for their children. While at the house, teen moms will learn how to incorporate healthy routines into daily life while living with their children and their peers in a safe, supportive environment. 

Hope House Cañon City

Established in 2022 

Executive Director: Amanda Kolman

The Hope House Cañon City Residential Program will offer a safe, stable home for teen moms and their children who have become homeless, are living in an unsafe environment or are in an environment that is unable to support them. The home will have three to four bedrooms that can provide teen moms up to a week of respite care, up to nine months of transitional housing or up to two years of comprehensive programming. While at the house, teen moms will be engaged and challenged through self-sufficiency programming provided by partners in Cañon City who can help teen moms finish high school, prep for college or a career, gain access to childcare and receive the essential resources they need to provide for their children. While at the house, teen moms will learn how to incorporate healthy routines into daily life while living with their children and their peers in a safe, supportive environment.