The words
Veteran and Homeless
should never be used
in the same sentence

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Serving homeless female veterans in
the Cleveland area, Women Of Hope OH
specializes in giving our returning warriors
a new mission in life.

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the dynamic women who run Women Of Hope?

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who have taken up our banner.

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Women of Hope Ohio, Inc.

Imagine returning home after serving our country; then re-entering civilian life faced with homelessness, unemployment and an inadequate support system that is unable to help you move towards a hopeful future.

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Women of Hope, Inc., a 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization, understands the troublesome dilemma of many women in transition from military service.

Our Mission

To provide housing and supportive services to women veterans in order to equip and empower them towards healthy life styles and self sufficiency.

What We Offer

A continuum of care that empowers women towards economic self-sufficiency. Services include assisting in identifying permanent housing, peer to peer mentoring, career coaching, job search services,  counseling and support groups, various employment-related programs.

“Homelessness among women veterans is expected to rise as increasing numbers of women in the military reintegrate into their communities as veterans.” – National Coalition for Homeless Veterans”






Ariya’s House – A Safe and Stable Home for Homeless Female Veterans
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We have completed the renovation of Ariya’s House, a 4 bedroom house acquired from the Cuyahoga County Land Bank. The house can provide supportive housing for up to six homeless women veterans.   Women can reside in the house for up to 2 years and will receive professional assistance in developing a “reintegration plan” that will allow them to have a roadmap to successfully re-enter society.

Volunteers have donated labor and material totaling nearly $16,000. Ariya’s house is located near a commercial area that provides bus stops, retail and grocery stores, opportunities for employment, churches, all within walking distance.

You Can Make a Difference!

Donate to Ariya’s House

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 Women of Hope continues to expand relationships with community providers and supporters as we equip those in transition.

But we can’t keep moving forward without your help. Visit us often to see how your support keeps us moving forward.

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