What is required in the application process?
Complete the online application w/three references (i.e., caseworker, former caregiver, employer/teacher)
Submit a personal history and goals essay
Must be drug and alcohol free (with exception of prescription drugs monitored by a medical professional)
Interviews with Director of Intern Services and Executive Director Must have an intrinsic value for personal goals and the willingness and ability to work toward them.
Hope's Path is a faith based program with dedicated staff, volunteers, and community partners committed to launching emerging adults on onto a path of successful, sustainable independance. The program is intended for foster youth between the ages of 18- 27 who have aged out of the foster care system and are in need of further guidance and support to achieve their personal goals.
If you meet this criteria and are interested in becoming a part of the Hope's Path program, fill out the application below
Once you have submitted your application, a member of the Hope's Path team will review it, and contact you to discuss your application and personal goals.
Hope’s Path realizes that not every young person will be a good fit for the transitional living home and will work diligently as needed to refer and connect young adults not appropriate for the program with other agencies and resources to meet their immediate needs. At any point in the application process either the young adult or Hope’s Path staff may decide to not continue and have the application denied, rescinded, or placed on hold. If an applicant has been denied for any reason by Hope’s Path staff the Director of Intern Services will inform the young adult directly as to the reason for the denial and any prerequisites for potential future applications. Although Hope’s Path is a Christian program and promotes/teaches Christian values and standards, Hope’s Path does not discriminate against any applicant based on age, race, gender, religion, or any other protected class. By accepting residence into the program, however, young adults agree to abide by all policies and procedures and uphold moral and ethical values of the organization.