Learn More About Our Services:
At the Center for Hope we offer employment counseling. During this time guests will learn how to build a resume, expand your network, conduct a job search, apply for jobs, accept or reject an offer. We desire to help all those in need to find a career path that will provide a sustainable income.
Our financial counselors at the Center for Hope will be eager to help guests; determine the status of their current financial situation, develop goals, a budget, and an emergency fund. We will also teach tools to maintain a budget and to evaluate regular spending.
Our Food Pantry offers an abundance of healthy and wholesome food. Upon each visit our guests meet with a resource connector, we deeply value building and maintaining a relationship with everyone who attends the Center for Hope.
Until further notice, due to COVID 19 considerations, only Guests who have received food from the Center4Hope sometime September through December, will be scheduled to continue receiving food. All guests will continue to receive food by appointment only. They will enter the building for appointment validation and new appointments only. They will return to their cars and drive up to the building to receive pre-shopped food. We apologize for this abbreviated approach to serving our guests but we remain committed to serving our neighbors with food and the love of Christ.
Food Pantry Hours
1st 4 Tuesdays of the Month: 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
2nd & 3rd Thursdays of the Month: 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM
1st 4 Saturdays of the Month: 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Served by appointment for only Greece residents.
Masks REQUIRED; Bring Bags
We will provide medical services and offer eye care to all guests who attend the Center for Hope. These details include general primary medical care for the entire family, screenings, voluntary family planning, immunizations, child services, and women’s health including gynecological and obstetrical care. We will also provide health education and behavioral health services.