Hope Center

In February 2001, construction began to convert the church’s Centennial Hall (Adams Hall now – dedicated on October 20th, 2002 to Ken Adams) into a Day Center for the homeless. It opened in April 2001.

The Hope Resource Center (aka The Hope Center) is a drop-in facility that provides basic services such as showers, restrooms, mail, phones and laundry for homeless adults throughout the day. A second tier of services, including medical care, job development, housing assistance, and mental health outreach and assessment are also provided through Community Action Napa Valley (CANV) and other participating agencies. The Hope Center also triages guests to the various shelters, specifically the South Shelter, The Samaritan Family Shelter and Winter Shelter (when it is open).

Mark AndersenIf you are interested in helping with this ministry, please contact Mark Andersen at ranaman@aol.com.