Received a grant to support general operating expenses. Funds will provide two families (parents and children) with two months of housing and services. These include housing, meals, case management, financial literacy/savings classes, job readiness/search services, mental health counseling, life skills classes and basic necessities and clothing. Door of Hope is a transitional housing program that helps homeless families with children rebuild their lives. Door of Hope provides short-term housing, case management, counseling, life skills workshops and programmatic support for children and other supportive services that assist families to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency and permanent housing within six to twelve months. Door of Hope also received a grant from the Leo Buscaglia Foundation in 2014.