New Hope Children’s Shelter is state licensed to care for children ages 6-17, but currently serves children 12-17 years of age. The children we serve at this facility receive lifesaving support including food, clothing, shelter, case management, education and clinical, medical and spiritual care.
Upbring makes sure that children at New Hope receive 24-hour support and supervision. Our goal is to encourage their personal and academic development and empower them with the skills and resources they need to have productive lives once they are reunified with family members or a sponsor.
unaccompanied children served at New Hope Children’s Shelter in 2021
New Hope offers:
- Bilingual educational opportunities
- Computer instruction
- Outdoor recreation
- Arts and crafts, music, life skills and group activities by volunteers
- Clinical, medical and spiritual care
- Home-like environment
- Case Management services
- Transportation services
- Access to legal services
- Medical services