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The Hope House of McAlester is a supportive shelter that welcomes women and children. Some of the many services that are provided are emergency shelter, transportation, food, clothing, job search, nutrition education, budgeting, healthcare referrals, housing assistance, skills training, specialized classes, case management, counseling, and any other service that the family might need.

Our Mission

Our Mission

As a result of the decline in the economy, we have see an exponential growth in homeless women and their need for services.  The women who walk through our doors are experiencing not just financial poverty, but also poverty of the soul.  Many feel alienated, have low self-esteem and lack self-respect.  Hope House provides emotional and practical support to help women navigate everyday barriers; they leave with a sense of belonging and acceptance.  They have created social bonds and rediscovered hope and a purpose for their lives.

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News-on-6-logoGreen Country 7 Year Old Uses Art To Help Homeless

Tess Maune, News On 6

McALESTER, Oklahoma –

Chloe Wall

Chloe Wall is putting her heart into her drawings to help to bring families hope.

A Green Country first grader is using her skillful hand to help the homeless. McAlester’s Hope House is where homeless women and children go to get back on their feet, and Chloe Wall is putting her heart into her drawings to help to bring those families hope.

“Yes, it just comes to me when I’m doing it,” said the 7-year-old.

With a marker in hand, Chloe is on a mission to make a difference.

“I just think that if I make lots of creations, then, I would probably help,” said Chloe.

An entire wall at the Hope House is covered in the 7-year-old’s artwork.

The Hope House is a faith-based shelter that has helped nearly a thousand homeless women and children since it opened in 2009.

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