ATTENTION HOPES Patients: Northern Nevada HOPES clinics and pharmacies will be closed all day, Monday, 5/27, in observance of Memorial Day. 

 ATENCIÓN Pacientes de HOPES: Las clínicas y farmacias de HOPES cerrarán todo el día, lunes 27 de mayo, en conmemoración de Memorial Day.

Hope Springs Opening Early 2021

Housing is healthcare – HOPES knows that a person’s health encompasses much more than medical care alone, which is why HOPES is invested in Hope Springs. Hope Springs is a safe and dignified place for our community’s most disenfranchised to live while they access support services to help them heal and also improve their quality of life.

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. 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.

Hope Springs will have 30 individual sleeping units will surround a central 3,200 sq ft facility with restrooms, showers, laundry, a kitchen, and community space. Importantly — and uniquely — residents will be connected to life-saving care and life-changing services through the HOPES clinic. 

Learn more about Hope Springs and why it’s an important component of overcoming the local housing crisis by reading local news coverage from:

We need help from the community to complete this housing project that is vital to the health and vitality of northern Nevada. Thanks to our generous supporters and an anonymous $400,000 matching gift opportunity, we’re over half-way to our goal of $2.5 million.  You can help our houseless neighbors overcome, heal and grow, and have your donation matched, dollar for dollar up to $400,000 by giving today.

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