HaveHope Community Initiatives (HHCI) is the philanthropic branch of HaveHope, dedicated to fostering well-being and empowerment within our community. We specialize in organizing health fairs, health screenings, educational workshops, and mental health awareness events with a focus on nurturing the holistic development of our youth. Our objective is to equip young individuals with the essential life and social skills that will enable them to not only survive but flourish in adulthood.
We conduct workshops addressing crucial topics such as physical and mental health care, substance use and abuse, suicide prevention, personal hygiene, and life skills. Our initiatives grant access to vital community resources, including physical and mental healthcare, peer support, individual and group therapy, and case management. Additionally, we facilitate access to temporary housing, providing a structured environment that allows participants to engage in trade programs or job training, thereby fostering the development of life skills essential for their success as independent adults.
Internationally, we have undertaken multiple missions to Sierra Leone, Africa, to conduct health screenings and supply medical aid to the local population. In 2024, we are set to extend our impact to Rwanda, with a steadfast commitment to establishing sustainable healthcare in the communities we serve.
Mission Statement: The mission of HaveHope Community Initiatives is to empower our clients by developing essential life and job skills, fostering a path to lifelong success and independence.
Our Vision: HaveHope Community Initiatives envisions being a beacon of support for our youth. We are dedicated to providing access to comprehensive physical and mental healthcare, mentorship, housing, life skills, and education/career training, all aimed at nurturing their success in life.
“Write the vision, and make it plain on tablets, so that a runner may read it. For the vision is set for an appointed time, but at the end, it will speak and not lie; though it tarries, wait for it, because it will surely come.” – Habakkuk 2:2-3