“The important thing I learned about me is that I am not stupid.” 13.6% of adults ages 18-24 and 10.6% of adults ages 25+ in Parker County have no High School Equivalency (GED). (factfinder.census.gov) These are just a few of the heart-felt responses from participants in our adult education classes. Because of your support, people begin to see Read More
Linda’s smile and cheerful presence immediately light up a room. She has grown close to everyone at Center of Hope over the past 4 months of attending and has found a community she didn’t have before. After first visiting the Center with her husband seeking basic assistance, she was introduced to Pat, the Center’s Adult Read More
At first, Kelly didn’t know what to expect from Center of Hope’s Jobs for Life class. With a background in business and corporate America, she thought it may just be a review from her past experiences. After a season of incarceration, Kelly became a resident in Sanctified Hope’s 12-month program, where she found out about Read More
Communicating in a culture where your native tongue is not the primary language can prove challenging. For Delia, this was true as she would find it difficult to communicate confidently in life’s common public settings. With a desire to speak and write English more fluently with her family’s doctors, children’s teachers and other everyday situations, Read More
BUILDING UPDATE – END OF YEAR FINISH DATE! JRJ Construction and their teams have been hard at work to stay on track with our November 2019 finish date! Interior and final construction began in March this year Plumbing and HVAC have been installed Framing for interior walls is almost complete Drywall installation has begun The Read More
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Alex is a hard worker and manages a small landscaping business. Although he works full time, Alex occasionally has to come to the Center for food assistance. It was during one of these visits where he learned about Jobs for Life. Intrigued by the class, he signed up. On the first day, the instructor passed Read More
Christine looked into the eyes of her 8-year old son and knew what she had to do. Tomorrow she would take a giant step towards her future – working on getting her GED. But this step wouldn’t be easy for Christine because she struggled with the fear of failure, being looked down upon and feeling Read More