House of Hope Receives $30,000 Grant from The Jim Moran Foundation

Monday, June 1, 2020
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – House of Hope has been awarded a $30,000 grant from The Jim Moran Foundation, which strives to improve the quality of life for the youth and families of Florida through the support of innovative programs and opportunities that meet the ever-changing needs of the community.

This grant supports House of Hope’s mission of providing hope and healing for those with substance abuse and mental illness. Like most non-profit organizations, House of Hope has had to modify daily operations due to COVID-19 and will use the funds to provide for the needs and adjustments brought on by the pandemic which include purchasing additional PPE and cleaning supplies, updating the facility for telehealth visits, and preparing rooms for safely admitting clients.

“We are so thankful for the generosity of The Jim Moran Foundation during this challenging time,” said Sue Glasscock, House of Hope CEO. “As we all adjust to the new normal, our goal is to continue providing our clients with the resources they need to stay on track with their recovery journey and this grant will help us accomplish that. The grant acknowledges the positive impact House of Hope has by rebuilding lives, reuniting families and building stronger communities.”

House of Hope is a leading non-profit provider of substance abuse and mental health programming in Broward County. To learn more about House of Hope, visit

About House of Hope

House of Hope is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the treatment and support of those with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Since 1969, House of Hope/Stepping Stones has provided hope and healing to more than 500 men and women annually, in both a residential and outpatient setting. House of Hope plays a critical role within the continuum of care and provides hope and healing to those with no other alternatives. Many clients would return to homelessness or incarceration without treatment and the skills development needed to support themselves and their families. For more information, visit