Thank you to the Michael & Sally Mayer Family Foundation for their generous $25,000 match.

Now that we've made our match, let's reach our $96,000 overall goal!

We have raised $71,365.00 of our $96,000.00  goal.

Day after day we see more and more individuals and families in San Mateo County who desperately need our assistance. Your donation will help countless individuals obtain sobriety, keep them safely housed and reunite them with their families.

  • $50 - Clinical Session
    • One individual clinical session with a licensed therapist.
  • $100 - Case management
    • Case management services for six transitional residents.
  • $250 - Infant Supplies
    • One-month supply of diapers and formula for two infants.
  • $500 - Utilities
    • One month of utilities for one of our residential homes.

To see more of our impact last fiscal year, view our FY 21-22 Annual Report here or read the testimonials below.

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"While in the program, Hope House showed me that I did deserve a new life. I am truly grateful to Hope House, from the Director to the weekend staff, for my life. Without Hope House, I would have died. They helped me understand who I was and welcomed who I became. Today, I have a strong foundation for recovery and stay closely connected to the Hope House and my recovery program. I talk to my family everyday and have made amends to several good friends. I would have never reestablished relationships or reunited with my family and friends if they didn't help me. I would have never learned what life was about and I would have never been intruded to my current addiction: recovery." - Hope House Residential Graduate & Transitional Resident

"I just want to thank the Service League and Hope House for all your help and support. I have been five years clean and sober. I have my family back in my life. I have an amazing job and, most importantly, I can truly say that I love myself today. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you do for all of us!" - Joe, men's Hope House Transitional Resident

"After graduating Hope House, I had a completely new vision for my life. I put my son in preschool and registered myself in community college. I transferred to University of San Francisco where I earned a bachelor's degree in Business Management, and went on to earn a master's degree in Community Health and Prevention Research from Stanford University's School of Medicine. Today, I have 10 years clean, I work in the School of Nursing at USF, I have been teaching health-related classes to incarcerated women for the past 5 years, and I think of Hope House often. I truly believe I'm where I am today because Hope House gave me a safe place to organize my thoughts, and a solid foundation to rebuild my life.- Alex, Hope House Graduate. Read Alex's full story here.

“Service League provided me with so many things I needed when I was in jail and when I got out. I had nobody on my side so their help made a big difference at the worst time of my life. " - Individual in Custody, San Mateo County Jail