Stories of Hope



In January of 2106 Debbie was living in an apartment with her 3 children, Antonio 8, and Devin and Evan 3 year old twins. One of the twins has ADHD and Dandy-Walker Syndrome (a brain malformation). The family was evicted because the children made too much noise. After a month of being homeless they heard about Hands of Hope. At Hands of Hope they were able to take showers and do laundry, which allowed Antonio to go to school bathed and in clean clothes. Hands of Hope referred Debbie and her children to Bridges to Housing for assistance with the deposit they needed to obtain housing. We are happy to report that after being homeless for 5 months Debbie and her family once again have a homeToday we have a place to call home; we are so happy. I am so grateful for all the help Hands of Hope gave my boys and I.



Sandy came to Hands of Hope a few years ago having lost her job due to drugs and becoming homeless. After requesting to be in our

Case Managering Program, Sandy remained drug free and worked very hard to get reemployed. Her dedication to helping out at the

center encouraged us to hire her for two hours a day for janitorial

work. She also volunteered to oversee our clothes closet. We soon

discovered Sandy had great organizational skills and dealt well

with our clients. Sandy now has a place to live and a job.

We are so very proud of her perseverance through

discouraging job searches. She is a star in our eyes.


P.O. Box 88

Yuba City, CA 95992

909 Spiva Avenue, Yuba City, CA 95991



Monday - Thursday

11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: Single Men ONLY 11:00-4:00

Offering Compassionate and Humane Core Services