Cumberland Children's Center-House of Hope is an organization dedicated to the drug endangered, abused, and at-risk children of Cumberland County, while working with law enforcement and the Department of Children's Services, other organizations, and schools. The House of Hope provides care for children in crisis due to any form of child abuse. It is also the responsibility of the organization to aid and provide resources for families so we may prevent child abuse if a child is at-risk.
We are not funded by any government entity and rely solely on private monetary support, in-kind donations, and proceeds from Threads of Hope Thrift Store. We are always in need of support and volunteers so we may continue our unique services.
Available 24/7 for children that have been removed from their home due to any form of abuse or displacement from parents or caregivers and is utilized by law enforcement and the Department of Children's Services.
Facility available for law enforcement, the Department of Children's Services, and the Upper Cumberland Child Advocacy Center to conduct interviews with children aged 3 to 17.
Client Support Services
By referral from the Department of Children's Services or other organizations & professionals. Providing direct support, food pantry, clothing closet, toiletry items, furniture, appliances, and household items. In order to receive direct client services, children must be living in the home or parents must be working a permanency plan with the Department of Children's Services.