Our mission is to empower adults with disabilities and promote their citizenship. Be a fan and join our cause!
What is the HOPE Community Center?
The HOPE Community Center was founded in 1976 in order to give people with disabilities in Lenawee County a place to socialize and recreate. HOPE's mission has evolved to empowering adults with disabilities and promoting their citizenship across the wider community. We do this through our 4 core areas of Recreation, Education, Direction, and Community.
The HOPE Community Center serves an estimated 400 members and has 120+ programs monthly. Programs and services are available Monday- Friday, from 8am to 4pm with frequent evening and weekend activities scheduled.
The HOPE building is 14,000 square feet on 2.5 acres of land within the City of Adrian near shopping centers, restaurants, parks, and other attractions. Education, recreation, socialization, and volunteer opportunities are offered to HOPE members on a daily basis. HOPE also connects people with disabilities to the community in a variety of ways and is a place for the community to get involved and volunteer.
The HOPE Community Center programs and services are made possible through the generous contributions of individuals, corporations, and foundations.
The HOPE Community Center
431 Baker St.
Adrian, MI 49221
Empower adults with disabilities and promote their citizenship.