House of Hope Portland

Organization Description: 

House of Hope Portland is a Christian non-denominational, ministry, founded in March of 2004, on the model established by House of Hope Orlando and in obedience to the word of God to be a light in the darkness.
We accept children into our program regardless of their race or religious background. House of Hope Portland has a governing Board of Directors who believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God. We believe that through faith in Jesus Christ as our personal Lord and Savior we are born again, receive the Holy Spirit and gain eternal life.

The mission goals at House of Hope are:
To rescue hurting young people from the destructive forces in our communities and families.
To offer young people hope and a future through love, Christian counseling, teaching and education based on God's word.
To assist in healing the hurts and scars from past experiences.
To help free young people from the bondage, which has held them captive, e.g., drugs, physical, mental, and emotional abuse.
To teach young people skills which will prepare them to become solid citizens and an effective part of society.
To provide a safe temporary home, where young people are nourished, clothed, and protected from the damaging influences of today's society until they can be reconciled with their family.

206 Holmes Ln
Oregon City, OR 97045
Mission Statement: 

House of Hope Portland is organized to provide a place where hurting teens can be reconciled with their families in a loving, Christ centered environment. This is accomplished in a Christian home-style setting combined with on-site educational opportunities as well as counseling for both the child and their parents. The total vision of House of Hope is to restore the family though Christ. Malachi 4:6 "God wants to turn the hearts of the fathers and mothers to their children and the hearts of the children to their parents."

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

We, at House of Hope Portland, believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God. We believe that through faith in Jesus Christ as our saviour we are born again, received the Holy Spirit, and gain eternal life.

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