The Centre of Hope is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty, homelessness, and addiction. They address social problems by delivering programs that provide solutions which reinvest a person’s potential back into the fabric of our community. The Centre of Hope opened its doors in November 2004 and is the “gateway” of downtown, offering a multitude of spaces dedicated to promoting the wellbeing of people who are experiencing homelessness and addiction. The spacious six-storey building includes shared accommodations, private rooms, communal lounges on each floor, resource rooms with access to telephones and computers, a courtyard with a garden, private patios, boardrooms, dining and cooking areas, and private offices. The Salvation Army Centre of Hope also works with other social service agencies, hospitals, churches, and organizations across the City of London to provide well-rounded support to as many people in need as possible.
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