Core Programs

AofH employs holistic methods, supporting and prioritizing our participants mental, emotional and physical wellness. Please support funding for the following programs...

Exhale Program
Inhale Program
Breathe Program

Inhale program provides a safe retreat for homeless, disadvantaged or otherwise At Risk Youth, ages 12 -25. Here participants receive winter shelter and essential services such as, but not limited to:

 

  • Food/Hot Meal

  • Access to Washer & Dryer

  • Clothing

  • Showers

  • Hygiene Packages

  • Case Management 

  • Rental Assistance 

  • Computer access (Education and Employment )

  • Community Resources/Referrals

  • Connect with Partnering Agencies

  • Assistance seeking Education and Employment

  • This Program will also give the residence from our Exhale Program an opportunity to connect with, encourage and assist their peers.

The Breathe Program is an extension of the Exhale Program, serving At Risk Youth ages 16-25 whom are disadvantaged by homelessness. This program services participants with little or no basic life skills, offering knowledge and the necessary tools to enable them to make good choices. AofH moves to enhance participant’s ability to make healthy, realistic and educated choices, increasing their opportunities to become and maintain self-sufficiency. Resources include, but are not limited to:​

  • Self-esteem Enhancing

  • Inspiration/Motivation

  • Nutrition and Wellness Education (Yoga & Meditation)

  • Therapeutic Groups

  • Education through the Public School System

  • Skill Building/Job Training

  • Resume Preparation

  • Mock Interviews

  • Community Resources

  • Informative Speakers

  • Diversity Awareness, Sensitivity, and Acceptance

  • Community Involvement

  • Positive Role Models

The Exhale Program is for At Risk  Youth ages 12-16, battling homelessness. The program is an opportunity to learn and practice self-care while gaining knowledge. Learning the necessary tools enabling participants to make choices essential to enhancing their success and independence. Resources offered include, but are not limited to:

  • Safety

  • Housing

  • Food

  • Clothing

  • Self-esteem enhancing

  • Inspiration/Motivation

  • Nutrition and Wellness Education (Yoga & Meditation)

  • Case Management 

  • Therapeutic Groups

  • Education through the Public School System

  • Skill building

  • Resume Preparation

  • Community resources

  • Informative Speakers

  • Positive role models

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P.O Box 17892 

Seattle, WA 98127

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Abundance of Hope Center staff members are in the office and available most weekdays.

MONDAY - FRIDAY

09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

ADDRESS

SUPPORT LINE 5-10PM

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