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Hope Springs is Reno’s First Bridge Housing Community

What is Bridge Housing?

Bridge housing is different from a shelter, in that it provides privacy, safety, autonomy and security for individuals with the efficiency of shared resources like kitchens, bathrooms and laundry. 

How Bridge Housing at Hope Springs will help our houseless neighbors.

Hope Springs is a true steppingstone to safer, healthier, more stable living, that will serve 30-60 people annually. 

By providing bridge housing, case management, medical and behavioral health care, as well as wrap-around support services, HOPES will increase health outcomes and housing stability among Hope Springs residents.

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HOPES is thrilled to welcome our three new board members Maria Sandra Jimenez, Ph.D., Susan Fisher, and Katelyn Cantu! They will help play a vital role in HOPES' strategic vision, bringing more access to medical and behavioral health care to our community.