House of Hope                                            Crossville, Tennessee

Information about the House of Hope

A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.

— John 13:34

More than just a House.

The House of Hope is more than just a 24/7 emergency shelter for children removed from the home due to drug endangerment, abuse  or neglect.  We take the cue from the Department of Children's Services and Law Enforcement to find needs and fill them. We have multiple programs and services available to children and families and here we educate and report on the progress of those services.

House of Hope Current Needs List

The House of Hope encounters many needs to help the children put in our care.  We regularly update the needs list depending on the age and number of children we have coming through.  

We are currently in need of:

Teen boys underwear NEW-

Socks- girls and boy 6-12

Childrens Shoes up to size 8

New child's underwear 2T and up 

 Angel Tree Toys

Diapers sizes 3-6

Baby wipes

Non Perishable food items

        Mac and Cheese

         Pancake mixes



          Spaghetti Sauce

         Peanut Butter

Spring 2018

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The House of Hope is a United Fund Agency.

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The House of Hope is dedicated to assist law enforcement and child welfare agencies of the State of Tennessee, as well as educate and inform the public on how to recognize, prevent, protect and provide aid to children who have become victims of child abuse,neglect, drug endangerment and any other collateral activity affecting the welfare, health, safety and protection of children.

Our additional programs are created from needs in the community brought to our attention.  We will continue to pursue ways to enhance the lives of children and families.

Items we collect for our school supply give away are listed below.  We average up to 30 children that come in for school supplies.  Many of those in relative care.

Rulers       Earbuds   Erasers    Crayons
Colored Pencils    Markers   Pencils
Pocket folders    calculators     Math tools

Scissors    Composition Notebooks  

Wide ruled notebooks    Index Cards  

Other needs - 

Volunteers to help in house:



         Stocking donations

          clerical and inventory