Hope House New Orleans


To be a gospel people, a visable sign of Christian community;
To manifest the human concern of Jesus for all people;
To live and work with the poor;
To foster dignity and worth in those with whom we live and work;
To help create a society in which truth and justice abide.

Hope House Programs

Emergency Assistance
Food,Rent and Utility assistance
Advice and Referrals
for residents of St Thomas,Irish Channel,Lower Garden District neighborhoods

Common Grounds Resource and Coffeehouse
Free coffee and pastries
Newspapers, magazines and books
Computers and internet access

Adult Learning Center
Literacy Training,Basic Adult Education
Preparation for Alternative High School diploma
ACT,SAT preparation
Phone 504-524-7353

After-School Youth Program
Recreation, field trips, homework help
3:30-6:30 PM weekdays

Prison Ministry
Visits with people at Orleans and Angola prisons

Education for Justice
Workshops on poverty and justice
High school, college, church, and civic groups

Hope House was founded in 1969 by two Roman
Catholic nuns who moved into the St. Thomas Housing Development.

Hope House is a non-profit,tax-exempt organization and depends on donations and grants to continue its work.

Hope House welcomes your contributions in our efforts to feed, house, clothe, and educate God’s people.

Hope House
916 St. Andrew St.
New Orleans, LA 70130 Call: (504) 525-2561

hh at hopehouseneworleans.org .