A Safe Home for Women and their Children
The Village of Hope, in Salisbury, Maryland, is a not-for-profit, non-denominational organization that provides a transitional home for at risk women and children.
The Village works in partnership with residents and their families to build skills and abilities that will empower them to lead self-sufficient, productive lives.
Women accepted into our TRANSITIONAL LIVING program come from all walks of life. Often, they are caught in a self-perpetuating cycle of homelessness, domestic violence, alcohol and/or drug abuse and financial deprivation. The program offers up to two years of residency in one of 14 furnished apartments located in the Village of Hope residence building. Working with a Social Worker, clients are required to establish a written, time-oriented plan for achieving self-sufficiency.
Through various federal and state government programs, as well as funding from non-profit agencies, residents are provided opportunities to attend classes at Wor Wic Community College, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Salisbury University or other educational facilities in order to achieve their goals and become productive members of society.
The Village of Hope is widely recognized as an outstanding Delmarva charity. We are proud to serve the Lower Eastern Shore and welcome you to get involved. Click here to find out how you can help.
Join us April 23, 2017 for the
Great Clue Caper
an Amazing Race
to Benefit the Village of Hope.
Annual Crab Feast
"Who Let the Dawgs Out"
February 4, 2018
1001 Lake Street, Salisbury, MD
Phone: (410) 860-5981
Fax: (410) 742-1126