House of Hope of the Pee Dee

Contact Information:

1020 Darlington Street
Florence, SC 29501
843-731-9315

About this Shelter

House of Hope of the Pee Dee has two long-term homeless shelters; one for women and children and one for men. We also have a Mission Mart that helps support the two shelters. Donations of furniture, clothing, household items or finances are welcome.

Emergency Shelter for men.

House of Hope of the Pee Dee is a Christian Ministry serving the homeless by providing a helping hand. Our primary goal is to provide relief to people in crisis, but our ultimate hope is that each resident finds salvation and commits their life to Christ.
Positive life changes are encouraged through structured programs which focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management, and recovery from substance abuse.  Upon exit:
    Residents will live housed
    Residents will live out of poverty
    Residents will have a transportation plan
    Residents will have a savings plan
    Residents will have a support system
    Residents will have a source of income
    Residents will have the opportunity to know Jesus as their personal Savior.
    
Services Provided are:
    Food
    Clothing
    Shelter (Safety, 24 hour staff, unbreachable doors and windows)
    Transportation
    Permanent Address
    Reliable Telephone Service
    Private Bathing Facilities
    Laundry Room
    Up-to-Date Community Resource Guide
    Counseling
    Bible Study
    Parenting Classes
    Life Skill Classes on Financial well-being
    Self-Care
    Anger Management
    Discipline Techniques
    Personal Grooming
    Resume Writing
    Nutrition
    Sanitation
    Case Management including Intentional Encounters

In 1990, the Area Rescue Mission was formed using an abandoned school building as shelter from the elements. In 2006, the name was changed to House of Hope for Men.

Hundreds of men have walked through the doors since that time. Each man's story is different, yet they all had one thing in common: they were without a place to lay their heads.

Fathers and brothers; sons and uncles; nephews and husbands are part of this unique brotherhood of men. Each is offered the soothing balm of God's salvation. Some choose not to accept the gift, but far more have heeded His call, and looked to Him to direct their paths.



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