Place of Hope’s New Horizons

The Palm Beach Gardens-based housing and children's support services nonprofit has expanded its reach up to a new facility in Stuart

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Courtesy of Place of Hope
Courtesy of Place of Hope

Place of Hope, a Palm Beach Gardens–based nonprofit that offers housing and support services to children, youth, and families in need, is expanding its reach in the Treasure Coast community. The organization has acquired an 11-acre property on Stuart’s Cove Road, previously owned by the Samaritan Center for Young Boys & Families. In phases, Place of Hope intends to build a community center on the grounds, using it as an outreach program for local families who provide foster care to children. There are also plans to build a family-style foster care neighborhood on the property, as well as a transitional-living community to serve former foster youth, homeless families, and young adults experiencing homelessness. “It’s a solid home base for us on the Treasure Coast,” says Charles Bender, Place of Hope founding CEO. “We’re committed to providing more resources to the community.”

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