Residential Program


Hope House of Colorado’s Residential Program, located in Arvada, offers a safe, stable home for single teenage mothers and their children who are homeless or living in an unsafe environment. The structured, five-phase program empowers and equips parenting teenage moms as they move toward personal and economic self-sufficiency. The teen moms are engaged and challenged through an individual growth plan, learning to incorporate healthy routines into daily life while living with their children and their peers in a safe, supportive environment. Education is foundational to the program, with all participants earning a GED and moving on to further education as well as participating in parenting and life skills classes, healthy relationships classes, and certified counseling as necessary.





A View Inside The Hope House Residential Program from Hope House of Colorado on Vimeo. Produced by the City of Arvada.


 "I know what lies ahead may be even harder, but I know that I can do it now."             - Carissa, Residential Program Graduate