From the Residents

  • Mandy’s Graduation Thoughts

    April 29, 2017

    You know my name, but not my story. You see my smile, not my pain. You notice my cuts, but not my scars. You can read my lips, yet not my mind. If I told you my story, you would hear victory over the enemy. If I told you my story, you would hear freedom that was won for me. If ...

  • Jasmine’s Story

    March 1, 2017

    Coming to Street’s Hope has by far been the best decision I have ever made. Coming to Street’s Hope has allowed me to really learn who I am and staff walked along side of me for every single rewarding, and sometimes difficult step I took. During my time here, I have been shown ...

  • Looking Back: Our Recent Grads Are Overcomers!

    April 28, 2016

    Our Program Director, Allison Myers, asked our two recent Residential Program graduates a few questions about what they overcame while at Street’s Hope, how they are most proud of themselves, and how they define their success. Read on to hear from these two incredible women. Street’s Hope Graduate “Taylor” What was the biggest challenge you overcame while ...

  • Taylor’s Journey at Street’s Hope

    February 23, 2016

    We are so proud of our resident Taylor* for the all the work she puts into each day of treatment to transform her life. Allison, our Program Director, asked Taylor if she would share some of her thoughts about her time at Street’s Hope so far. Below you can read what Taylor generously shared with ...

  • Raya’s* Story: From Hopeless to Hopeful

    July 20, 2015

    When I arrived at Street’s Hope on December 19, 2014 my intentions were to learn how to become sober, stay sober, and grow closer to the Lord. So far, this is what I have done. Before, my life was hopeless. I have been through my ups and downs with strife, anger, depression, worry, and hopelessness. ...

  • Mindy’s* Thoughts on Home

    April 7, 2015

    For you I am to describe my home. At my home there is a true sense of comfort as the place where I reside is called Street’s Hope and it is a transitional home for women. It is a safe-house for women to come when they want to pick themselves back up. A place for ...

  • Residential Graduate: A Butterfly’s Story

    December 10, 2014

    This is the story about a beautiful butterfly. The journey about this butterfly is amazing, courageous, and took endurance.  The butterfly started out with some hard obstacles, such as drugs, prostitution, and homelessness.  This butterfly had to start all over again. The butterfly found a home called Street’s Hope. It became the butterfly’s cocoon, where ...

  • Non-Residential Program Graduate

    April 17, 2014

    DR (Non-Resident Graduate) Blog Post: I was a little apprehensive about going to Street’s Hope. It was an unfamiliar environment. I didn’t know if the women would be open to me or if the staff would understand me. I didn’t want to share myself with people I did not know. How will they react to ...

  • Program Graduate

    December 1, 2013

    Streets hope has been my constant stability this year. It has been a place where I have been able to rebuild myself with strong supports and God has been my biggest support. I know that with Christ all things are possible. I am excited to graduate soon and to be able to start school and ...