Hope Services’ mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, as measured by eight indicators: personal development, self-determination, interpersonal relations, social inclusion, rights, emotional well-being, physical well-being and material well-being.


Hope Services receives partial funding from the state, through regional centers. The Lanterman Act created 21 regional centers throughout California to ensure that people with disabilities get the services and supports they need to live like people without disabilities. The regional centers receive funding from the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS), who in turn fund services providers such as Hope. To help close the funding gap, Hope relies on revenue from its businesses, grants, and donations. We are a community-based organization and will ensure that your donation stays in your community.

To donate goods, please register your address for the Hope’s truck pickup.


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