Our History And Mission

Founded in 2003, the mission of New Vision House of Hope, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, is to provide housing services, support services, and health education to empower and strengthen persons in recovery, living with HIV/AIDS, newly-released from incarceration, as well as Veterans and the community-at-large. To date, NVHOH has directly and indirectly served over 4500 men and women in its transitional and shelter programs.

Transitional Housing Program

New Vision House of Hope, (NVHOH) welcomes people of all cultures, races, genders and sexual orientations. The transitional housing program provides long-term supportive housing to single men and women.

Services: NVHOH provides housing and case management to individuals recovering from drug abuse, living with HIV/AIDS, suffering from mental disabilities, and the homelessness. This carefully independent, yet structured program, offers residents a variety of services including: permanent housing assistance and referrals, relapse prevention (IOP and OP support groups), employment readiness/entrepreneurial workshops, men and women support groups, personal development and healthy-living training, and HIV/AIDS counseling and support.

Women's Overflow Shelter Program

NVHOH has provided overnight shelters for over 60 women each night, 365 days per year. In partnership with Baltimore Homeless Services, Weinberg Housing and Resource Center, My Sister’s Place and People on The Move, this program ensures that Baltimore’s homeless women are not sleeping on the streets or in abandoned buildings.

Services: The ladies are provided a clean and comfortable place to sleep, a hot shower, two meals per day, and the support needed to move forward. Committed to meeting the basic needs of this special population. NVHOH strives to ensure that each person who stays at our facilities are treated with respect and dignity.