Spruce Street House of Hope, is an apartment complex that provides independent living for persons with physical disabilities. It has fifteen one-bedroom units and one site manager. This facility meets Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
Grand Opening 2009
Imagine a very special place that has been designed and constructed to address the practical needs of Independent physically challenged residents while maintaing a comfortable living environment; an environment that reaches out to those in need through the initiation of programs that will be a source of change and hope.
This place is the Spruce Street House of Hope.
The House of Hope is the newest addition to the Spruce Street (CDC) Community Development Corporation. The corporation operates within the greater ministry and vision of supporting the linkage between church and community and promoting social change through:
Professional residential and community based supports
Assistance to improve the employability of individuals entering into the workforce and to enhance the job skills of those already in the workforce.
- Counseling to enhance opportunities for sustained employment and to assist in matters related to adjusting and functioning in our society.
If you are looking for an Independent Living Facility designed specifically for adults with physical disabilities and desire the security and conveniences of community living and an enriched lifestyle with organized social and recreational programs, we invite you to contact us by calling 615-329-4105
We look forward to hearing from you.
Lillie D. Bowman, Chairman
Spruce Street House of Hope Board of Directors
The House of Hope continues the mission of its sister facility located next door, Golden Manor Inc., in providing housing for those less fortunate. Its brick facade provides a statement of stability and its entryway is of a unique identity. The House of Hope, a HUD 811 project, provides fifteen housing units for low-income elderly/disabled persons. Each apartment is barrier free according to ADA requirements and allows access and mobility to all areas. Other amenities include video security, a fully equipped kitchen, custom wood cabinets, wall to wall carpet in the living areas, an onsite laundry room, a community room, and an outdoor patio area. Large bay windows in the living areas visually expand the space beyond the walls.
From the quality of its construction to the wonderful diversity of its residents, the House of Hope provides a rich living environment and provides housing opportunities to members of the community that are less fortunate.