Sanctuary of Hope Programs

The Sanctuary of Hope is a place of refuge for those in need of hope.  Through our Resident programs young single mothers and their children have the opportunity to receive the help they need.

 

The Sanctuary of Hope is a place of refuge for those in need of hope. Through our Resident programs, young single mothers and their children have the opportunity to receive the help they need.

The Sanctuary of Hope consists of the Joe and Van Mabee Home including an east wing and a west wing, and six individual homes set on 85-acres of land. The property also includes a commercial kitchen and K-12 education facility.

The Sanctuary of Hope’s philosophy of care is based on a desire to provide services that meet a child’s and young adult’s spiritual needs by providing a strong biblical foundation. Additionally, Sanctuary of Hope provides single, pregnant teens with long-term housing, life-skills training, and the emotional, spiritual, and educational support needed to turn her life around.

Programs include but are not limited to:

  • Parenting Skills and Development
  • Facilitation of Pre & Post Adoptions Support and Services
  • Life-Skills Counseling and Development
  • Introduction and Development to Christian Values
  • Christian Development and Growth
  • Christian Counseling
  • Provide Access to Medical Care
  • On-Site Health Care Professionals
  • Personalized Online Education
  • Access to College and Career Opportunities
  • Provide Access to Educational Advancement

Now Accepting Resident Applications

Residents are mothers ages 12-22, and their children who live under the care of Sanctuary of Hope. If you know someone in need, we are now accepting applications and referrals for residency.

How To Apply

To apply call 210-499-1554 or complete the Application.

What Happens After You Apply

Upon receiving an application, a Sanctuary of Hope staff member will contact the applicant for placement assessment.

The decision to admit a Resident into care is based on the facility’s ability to meet the physical, medical, recreational, emotional, social, behavioral, and educational needs of the resident under consideration for admission within the guidelines of regulatory requirements. The Sanctuary of Hope provides or recommends the most appropriate and least restrictive or intrusive service to the residents served.

FAQs

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Living Environment

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Resident Application

For single expectant mothers and new mothers ages 12-22, and parents and/or legal guardians of the applicant.

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Referral Form

For referring Health Care Providers, Clinics, and/or Organizations. 

Begin the Referral Process

Be a Part of the Inspired Vision

Without you the vision of Sanctuary of Hope would remain unfulfilled. Please consider joining efforts with us to share the grace and mercy of Jesus to those who need it most.

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