House of Hope for the Blind and Children with Special Needs
The House of Hope exists to creatively develop the complex lives of people with special needs through a unified community devoted to teaching and supporting these people spiritually, emotionally, and physically. We do this through special programs integrated within our school and housing community, a tailored approach to the unique needs of each person.
Established in 1962 by a blind woman named “Aunty May” and Christine David whose family continues to direct to this day, the HOH currently works in these capacities:
1. Home for children and adults with various disabilities (mental and physical). 2. School for children with special needs. 3. Woodworking for blind men. 4. Many special cases as well.