At Housing for New Hope, we believe the solution to homelessness is housing. How do we do this?
Who We Are
Through proven programs that support our neighbors experiencing homelessness with not only finding safe permanent housing, but also with the tools and support to stay there.
Our five programs ensure we meet individuals and families where they are in their search for housing. These include: Street Outreach, Housing Location, Rapid Rehousing, Supportive Housing, and Affordable Housing.
To end homelessness one valuable person at a time.
Housing for New Hope creates and continually improves innovative, data-informed programs shaped by client feedback and responsive to evolving community needs. We encourage, motivate, and enable individuals and families experiencing homelessness to take their next best step toward long-term, stable housing with an array of supportive housing and affordable housing options. We connect our most vulnerable neighbors to housing and hope.
Our Four Pillars
We believe every person is valuable.
We believe every person has a right to housing.
We believe in the power of community.
We believe affordable housing contributes to a just society.
Housing for New Hope was founded in response to the needs of our most vulnerable neighbors. Our founder, Terry Allebaugh, opened Phoenix House, a transitional shelter for men, after realizing that many individuals exiting Durham’s emergency shelters were not successful in maintaining housing. He believed that the supportive services were critical to ensure long-term housing success.
Over the years, our programs continue to grow in response to the needs of our community and unhoused neighbors.