<b>Check out our Events</b> - We strive to regularly have entertaining and purposeful events to engage community and support. <b>High 5 For Hope Campaign</b> - Making the promise of Hope attainable with your help. <b>Everlasting Leadership</b> - Laura Bulluck, CEO & Executive Director, established Hope's Crossing in 2010. Growing it everyday and serving countless women!

Keep Hope Alive!

Where futures begin, lives reconnect, rebuild, and thrive!

Hope’s Crossing is uniquely dedicated to helping women become successful following experiences with incarceration. Our focus is on serving each woman’s unique needs with a comprehensive approach to helping her create a new, healthy and fulfilling chapter in her life and in the lives of her family.

We provide women with a holistic solution to restore hope in their lives and create a pathway to personal and economic sustainability. By empowering women with the skills, tools and techniques to reunite with their children and rebuild and strengthen her family. We wish to restore hope in families, which creates healthier communities.

We ultimately wish to reduce recidivism among the female population enrolled in our programs by 40% over the next 3 years. Our goal is to continue providing services to 75 women per year over the next 3 years.

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