Our Mission: 

Rahab’s Hope extends financial assistance and community resources to support individuals and families that are experiencing financial hardships and are at risk of homelessness. Our services aid in obtaining and maintaining housing stability throughout Montgomery County. 

Impact Story:

According to Legal Momentum, women in America are 35% more likely than men to be poor in America, with single mothers facing the highest risk and 35% of single women with children live and raise their families in poverty. Over the years, Rahab’s Hope has served disproportionately more single women than those that are married.

In 2019, Rahab’s Hope received a call from a single mother. Ms. Winter was seeking support in order to vacate her current home due to untreated mold. Knowing that long term exposure to mold can cause health risks, she quickly sought out new residents. She found a new affordable home within a safe neighborhood and a good school district. Although Ms. Winter was able to save a portion of the upfront fees and seek assistance from another agency, a portion of the security deposit remained uncovered.

After receiving her application and supporting documents, we worked with her to create a housing stability plan which outlined personal and financial goals and resources to assist with utility bills. She also received financial literacy training through online classes on debt management and emergency funds. At the conclusion of our application process, we were able to provide a portion of the security deposit in the amount of $1,200.

Upon our 6-month follow-up, Ms. Winter reported that they were still in their home with no plans of moving any time soon.




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Our Mission: 

Rahab’s Hope extends financial assistance and community resources to support individuals and families that are experiencing financial hardships and are at risk of homelessness. Our services aid in obtaining and maintaining housing stability throughout Montgomery County. 

Impact Story:

According to Legal Momentum, women in America are 35% more likely than men to be poor in America, with single mothers facing the highest risk and 35% of single women with children live and raise their families in poverty. Over the years, Rahab’s Hope has served disproportionately more single women than those that are married.

In 2019, Rahab’s Hope received a call from a single mother. Ms. Winter was seeking support in order to vacate her current home due to untreated mold. Knowing that long term exposure to mold can cause health risks, she quickly sought out new residents. She found a new affordable home within a safe neighborhood and a good school district. Although Ms. Winter was able to save a portion of the upfront fees and seek assistance from another agency, a portion of the security deposit remained uncovered.

After receiving her application and supporting documents, we worked with her to create a housing stability plan which outlined personal and financial goals and resources to assist with utility bills. She also received financial literacy training through online classes on debt management and emergency funds. At the conclusion of our application process, we were able to provide a portion of the security deposit in the amount of $1,200.

Upon our 6-month follow-up, Ms. Winter reported that they were still in their home with no plans of moving any time soon.