Hope Mansion opened its doors in 2012, specifically to provide Hope for homeless pregnant women in crisis. Pregnant women are the fastest growing segment among the homeless population in the United States today while available housing for them is at a minimum (only 85 beds in the state of Texas). Hope Mansion provides shelter, clothing, education, counseling, and life skills training in order to break the cycle of poverty they find themselves trapped in. Your investment opens possibilities for women like this to change the trajectory of their lives and the lives of their children creating strong, confident, and successful members of the community.

Before I came to Hope Mansion I was homeless and bouncing place to place. I was lost with no relationship with God. But as I sat and prayed one day, my pastor friend told me about Hope Mansion. When I started the program I was happy that I had a place to lay my head and not worry. But my heart was still broken because of the relationship with my father. At Hope Mansion I went to church, did devotionals, and took great classes to educate myself. And God answered my prayer to help replace my broken heart. I got an email from my dad apologizing about everything. So I’m happy that I can start that relationship with him. Hope Mansion was the best thing that has happened to me, and I thank God everyday for the opportunity they gave me.


““Before I came to Hope Mansion, I was homeless, scared and confused. I had no idea how to take care of myself or my baby. I had lost the relationship with my mom because of my pregnancy and that was hard. Being here, I have learned the basics of caring for an infant, I have made new friendships, and I’ve connected with my family again. Most importantly, I have connected with God. I have found a second chance at life. I now know that being pregnant was not the end of my life, it is just a new chapter in my story.” MARY

“Hope Mansion has helped me in more ways than I could have imagined! I was able to get my GED, which was a big accomplishment. But most of all, being here has encouraged me to be more diligent in my walk with God and to not follow man, but always look to God. I’ve learned that praying not only involves asking, but also thanking God for what He has already done for me. Thank you for all you do and continue to do for the girls at Hope Mansion!” HEATHER