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About the House of Hope

Founded in July 2009, Sheri's House of Hope works to raise awareness about domestic violence and the impact it has on survivors and their families. 

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The House of Hope Thrifty Boutique is located at 800 N. Turner in Hobbs, and graciously accepts gently used clothing, furniture, and household appliances. The funds we receive from our Thrifty Boutique help fund our program at the House of Hope Educational Center. The House of Hope Thrifty Boutique accepts referrals for assistance with clothing from community agencies and non-profits. 

The House of Hope Educational Center offers long-term transitional housing and support services to women and children displaced by or fleeing domestic violence, human trafficking, or sexual assault. We have a 9 bedroom 4 bathroom home that was generously donated to Sheri's House of Hope by The Opportunity House. At the House of Hope Educational Center our residents will learn how to rebuild their lives by living in a safe home while working with trained staff to set up a progress plan and help them reach their goals. By the time they graduate from our 18 month program, our goal is that they will be self-sufficient and ready to become an asset to the community. Our women and children will learn that violence is not a part of a normal, and healthy life and that stopping the generational violence is in their future.

We believe all families deserve to live a life free of domestic violence.

Our Mission

Our Mission

Sheri's House of Hope provides long-term transitional housing and support services to women and children displaced by or fleeing domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault or stalking. 

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Our Vision

Our vision is to help create a community where families live their lives free of domestic violence.

We Need Your Support Today!

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