What We Know
More than half a million people in the United States are homeless. To make matters worse, people over 65 are the fastest-growing age group.
- The number of homeless people in the U.S. has gone up every year for the past four years
- 33 % percent of all homeless men are veterans
While insufficient income and lack of affordable housing are the leading causes of homelessness, there are many reasons that cause people to become displaced. Joblessness, domestic violence, substance abuse issues—even lack of mental health services can land already marginalized communities in dire straits.
- By 2030, the amount of homeless seniors is expected to triple
- Veterans account for 11% of homeless adults
For seniors and servicemen already struggling to make ends meet, an illness or accident can trigger a downward spiral into homelessness. In fact, homelessness and poverty are inextricably linked.
More than providing solutions to America’s most pressing social problems, transitional housing programs offer resident’s a source of hope. These living facilities couple low cost, temporary housing with support services that address physical and mental health, substance abuse, child care, employment training, and more.
Residents Can Expect:
- Reduced rates of relapse resulting from continued support and treatment
- Improved economic self-sufficiency and independence
- Job placement assistance
- Educational & vocational training
How Hope's Response Helps
At Hope’s Response, we believe that everyone—regardless of socio-economic status, deserves access to safe, decent, stable housing.
Our mission is to develop and create diverse, vibrant, affordable housing communities for seniors, veterans, families, and individuals by implementing valuable research, financing options, and using innovative green technologies that are safe, self-sustaining, and promote efficiency.
For Hope’s Response our programs and affordable housing campuses, are OUR RESPONSE to fighting homelessness, and the housing crisis affecting our communities.
Hopes Response believes that no one in need should be left behind, so we developed a few service programs to give back to those who need it most.
The Phoenix Rising Network Program
- Assisted/independent living campuses for seniors and veterans cost-burdened, our Stay in Place campuses for aged 62 and older offering Long-Term Care Insurance plans, transportation, meals, activities, exercise, assistance with ADL’S from home health aides, and nursing on campus promotes affordable healthy living.
- Transitional housing campuses for those needing supportive yet temporary housing, bridging the gap between homeless and permanent housing with Education and training programs, and employment opportunities.
- Affordable housing campuses give cost-burdened individuals and families paying more than 30%-80% of their income on rents and those earning less than between 30-80% of the medium income an opportunity towards home-ownership. Become a homeowner in 12 to 15 years on our campuses.
Transitional Housing Programs
The “Thank You For Your Service” program is made up of three different service packages, geared to service our aging veterans.
The Transformation Service program is made up of 2 different service packages, but this one is geared toward veterans of all ages.
Veterans that may need help maneuvering through their options and benefits and transition into our affordable housing campuses.
The “Stay In Place” This program is geared to applicants from 50 years of age and older.
Our program is made up of three different service packages, geared to service our aging citizens. Consisting of 3 programs that focus on preparing and educating our seniors on the road to aging and providing guidance and ease of transition to those mid/low-income.
- Gateway Program for ages 50-55 includes
- Silver Senior Program for ages 56-60 includes
- Golden Senior Program ages 61 & older includes
Take the virtual tour and experience our modular housing development designed to eradicate homelessness and instill hope in to the hearts and minds of the city’s most vulnerable.