by Donna Clark, Director The holiday season is over and the H.O.P.E., Inc. office just opened Tuesday. We had received grant money to continue our Adult Dental Outreach and the reception room was full of people trying to obtain help for many different issues. It was chaotic, loud, and the room was full of a… Continue reading Stories from the Basement January 2023
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This client stopped by the office this week in order to deliver a thank you for HOPE's help with dental care and dentures. What a wonderful smile!
Stories from the Basement Help and Outreach Point of Entry, Inc. by Donna Clark, Director The agency has recently had to stop promising to pay for dental care while we wait for the promissory letters we have sent out to meet their expiration dates. We hope that after the first of the year we will… Continue reading Stories from the Basement September 2021
Unfortunately HOPE has depleted our dental assistance funds. Please check back with us if you need assistance after January 1, 2022. If you would like to donate to help us help those in need, click the our donate button on the HOPE front page. Thank you.
Have you ever considered what the word “hugs” stands for? We believe it stands for Help Us Grow Stronger! We want to share a couple of hugs with you! Recently, our Executive Director received two hugs that were especially meaningful – and represent the real essence of what H.O.P.E. is all about. One was from… Continue reading Stories from the Basement June 2021
By Donna Clark RN, Director Our Adult Dental Outreach has served many in our community but we have seen some heart breaking stories. We had a middle aged woman come to us escorted by her older sister requesting a large sum for dental care. The woman in need (Alice) was mentally challenged and was being… Continue reading Stories from the Basement: April 2018