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Josh's Hope Open House 

December 4th, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Open house will be back to in-person this year on December 4th (Covid safety measures in place of course) and there are no supply shortages here. We have some new items and old standards as well as some wonderful things from a few select others that support our work at JHF. Come one, come all (and bring a friend!) RSVP HERE!

Find Hope

Bridging gaps for young adults with mental illness.

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Josh's Hope is incredibly grateful to the following local companies for their support and services in creating our upcoming JHF shop bathroom!

It's a privilege to work with all of you. Thank You!

OUR EVENTS
  • 2021 Open House
    Sat, Dec 04
    The JHF Shop
    Dec 04, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    The JHF Shop, 40 Terry Brook Ln, Hillsborough, NC 27278, USA
    We look forward to seeing you all in-person (!!!) for our 2021 Annual Open House at Josh's Hope. Join us for hot chili, firepits, three great artists and friends of Josh's Hope, and hand-made items from our own JHF participants. We can't wait to see you all!
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NO ONE IS ALONE

1 in 4 youth in our country competes with mental health challenges, yet  there are very few services for job preparation and fostering life-long skills and well-being.  Mental wellness is vital to having a successful, healthy life.

It can be a very difficult challenge when your family member or friend is battling mental challenges.  Support from family, friends and peers remains an essential element in the recovery process, and finding a supportive service plays a major part in helping that young adult build independence.

Josh's Hope provides an avenue to success by providing students and families with three pillars: Building Confidence, Instilling Hope, and Inspiring Self-Determination. Josh's Hope provides participants multiple platforms  and opportunities to learn and thrive in a supportive environment.

Our MISSION

 Josh’s Hope Foundation serves residents of Central North Carolina, ages 18-35 who live with mental health conditions and/or struggle with a substance disorder.  We provide vocational skills, job preparedness, independent life skills and therapeutic supports customized to meet the individual needs of participants.

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Youth suicide attempts have doubled in the last decade.  It's never been more important that youth with mental illness are provided a clear path to success.

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