National Volunteer Week 2017

This week was National Volunteer Week 2017 and we celebrated all the people that make Hillcrest Hope possible. With a tiny staff of 6 full-time and a handful of part-time employees, 21 families are housed, educated, held accountable, and supported, not to mention a 12,000...

Story of Hope: Dessa

My name is Dessa and this is my story of hope.  I am a single mother of two and I am proud to say that I graduated from Hillcrest Hope in August 2015. It felt in every way like the program was designed for people just...

A Legacy of Hope: Trisha

We are honored to have known Trisha, a graduate of our program and a testimony to the lasting impact of not only the education and accountability we provide, but the hope that is made new. We believe that every family deserves dignity and that each...

Hillcrest Hope: Take a Look Inside

To the Next Client of Hillcrest Hope by Wendy, a former resident It’s time to relax now, It’s time to sit down, Eat a hot meal, Tonight you can sleep sound. You have got a lot behind you and a lot of work ahead. You are feeling...

Thrift Store: Why We Volunteer

The mishmash of heart, soul, and quirks found at the Hillcrest Hope Thrift Store comes from the numerous dedicated volunteers. They stage gorgeous displays, hang clothing for hours on end, and even count pieces to the many puzzles sold. But why do they give so many...

Partners in Hope: Good Shepherd United Methodist Church

Just over six years ago, a call came from the youth pastor of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, asking what they could do to support Hillcrest Ministries. At this same time in their church, a new pastor had come aboard. Bryan Rezen, youth pastor turned...