626.304.9130
Door of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, faith-based organization whose mission is to equip homeless families and children to rebuild their lives. Join The Fight

Equipping homeless families

Welcome To Door of Hope

Door of Hope is a temporary housing program that serves two-parent families, single fathers, single mothers, as well as victims of domestic violence. Since 1985, Door of Hope has helped hundreds of families with children from the Greater Los Angeles Area and beyond fight their way out of homelessness and move into permanent housing.

  • Get Involved

    Learn about the different ways you
    can make a difference.

    Discover More
  • DONATE

    Support us so we can continue to
    serve families in need.

    Discover More
  • Learn More

    Hear about our history, our services,
    and more.

    Discover More

Our Introduction Video

Get to know us a little better
  • 67

    Families Served in 2015

  • 129

    Kids Served in
    2015

  • 79

    Adults Served in 2015

  • 208

    Total Served in
    2015

Equipping to rebuild

Our Door of Hope Staff


Let's get connected

Follow our blog

featured Blog Posts

  • A Life Rebuilt
    • July 31, 2016

    The mission of Door of Hope is to equip homeless families and children to rebuild their lives. While this statement is short and simple, the process of rebuilding is hardly short or simple. The process towards reaching a life rebuilt, requires an immeasurable amount of strength and commitment...

  • A Day at Hollywood Boulders
    • August 22, 2016

    Last week, I had the neat opportunity to bring some staff and kids from our non-profit organization to Hollywood Boulders (HB). Our organization, Door of Hope, works with families that are overcoming homelessness. We equip them with housing through our three locations, provide them with numerous resources, and ensure that their...

  • Reflecting on my internship
    • Oct 8, 2016

    I have been an intern at Door of Hope this summer. I am currently getting my masters at Fuller Theological Seminary in Intercultural Studies with an emphasis on Children at Risk. As part of my practicum, I chose to work at Door of Hope when I heard about their successful developmental ...

Hear From Our Graduates

Family Testimonials

Subscribe to our Emails

All Our Latest Updates Delivered to your inbox