Services to women veterans in Northeast Ohio

Women veterans have greater homelessness risks than male veterans, and their homeless numbers are rising. PTSD, hypertension and depression are the top three reported health issues among women veterans. (U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs).  Our Firm Foundations program provides a safe environment for the women to address their issues through the support groups, specific group sessions and our Strengthening the Inner Me" workshops.  Our case management assists in helping to navigate resources that will provide the employment, education and other goals of the program participants.

Services to formerly incarcerated women in Northeast Ohio

The major issues that women face after release from prison are: Re-establishing a home and family life, including regaining legal and physical custody of children; finding affordable housing; securing employment that pays a sufficient income; and meeting other basic needs.  Our Strengthening the Inner Me" program that we take into the Northeast Ohio Reintegration Center helps prepare the women for reentry into their community.  The first phase of assistance is providing shared living housing, if needed, and assistance in gaining skills that will equip the women to obtain employment that can lead to a career.

Ariya's House

A safe, supportive house for homeless women who have experienced some form of trauma and in need of safe housing and programs to assist in setting and obtaining transitional goals.

The Shady Oak House for Homeless Families

An affordable, single family, 3 bedroom house for a homeless  family. This house is located in a quiet neighborhood near shopping, school, bus stops and a metro park. The family will be a part of Women of Hope’s Firm Foundations program.

Peer to Peer Mentoring

Peers will serve participants through support groups, workshops and relationship building.

Wellness Programs

Strengthening the Inner Me (STIM) Program 

Empower, inform and equip women in transition through educating and providing tools that will assist in building self-sufficiency and healthy life styles.

Access to Community Resources

Assistance from social workers and volunteers to navigate community resources that meet your needs. Develop your plan to transition back into the community


A myriad of workshops specific to women in transition are offered such as parenting, financial stability, job readiness, etc.


Ariya's House - A Safe, Stable and Sober Home for Homeless Women

  • Ariya’s House, a 4 bedroom house acquired from the Cuyahoga County Land Bank,  provides safe supportive housing for up to five homeless women.   They can reside in the house for up to 2 years while they receive professional assistance in developing a “reintegration plan” that will allow them to have a roadmap to successfully re-enter society.  Our goal is to provide an environment that equips the women with hope, encouragement and tools that will empower them to live a healthy life-style.

Shady Oak  House - A Safe, Stable and Sober Home for Homeless Families


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Dinami House

Click the link below to print -out a copy of The Women of Hope "At  A  Glance"  flyer to learn more about our services.

At A Glance - Flyer


You Can Make A Difference!

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.