Who We Are
Support Lenawee County adults with developmental disabilities in pursuing an empowered, healthy, and community-enriched life.
Provide unique and meaningful opportunities in education, recreation, socialization and volunteering for people with disabilities. Programs include daily living skills, adaptive fitness, community outings, volunteer projects and technology based learning.
— What is HOPE?
Established in 1976, HOPE provides services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. HOPE provides the environment for HOPE Members to be themselves in a safe and supportive environment.
For people with disabilities to be known, loved and accepted in their community by unleashing their individual potential as contributing citizens. Citizenship for people with disabilities is about themselves recognizing their own potential, being given the tools to pursue that potential and their gifts being recognized and appreciated by their local community.
— How to Help
Since our inception, HOPE has relied on the support and generosity of our community as we do not receive any state or federal funding. Gifts include monetary and in-kind donations as well as volunteering and additional support of Members.
Our amazing staff
Board of directors
As well as
Kappa Kappa Epsilon Sorority
Gus Harrison Employees
and Maurice & Dorothy Stubnitz Foundation