HOPES Center has several primary services that help people transition out of homelessness. HOPES Center is the Racine Continuum of Care agency that provides street outreach to people who are unsheltered. It also has a rapid rehousing program that houses people who are residing in Racine shelters or on the streets. The PATH program is specifically for people who are homeless (or at risk of homelessness) and have a serious mental illness. It helps connect them to services that support their recovery to a full and autonomous life.
As secondary services, HOPES also has a men's group that meets on Wednesday mornings, a prayer and spiritual guidence group that meets on Tuesdays, and walk-in services that can help direct people to available resources for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Racine.
You can click on an image below to learn more about HOPES Center's primary services for people experiencing homelessness.