We Empower homeless Veterans and men to restore their lives


As a Christian nonprofit, Hope Reformation draws deeply from the life and teachings of Christ. Our work and mission are founded on His lessons of love, compassion and hospitality. It is out of a conviction in these teachings that we seek to offer Christ-centered care to our brothers facing the despair and hardships of homelessness, addiction and poverty. By doing so to “the least of these,” we join in Christ’s mission to offer help and hope to a broken and hurting world.

As Madera grows, the cost of living rises, making it difficult for many to attain permanent housing. This is especially true for veterans who struggle to maintain employment due to disabilities, chronic medical conditions, substance abuse or poor mental health. Studies show that veterans are more likely to become homeless than the general population, as the barriers they face can result in a vicious cycle that leaves them with nowhere to turn.

More than a shelter, we are a Nashville-based, residential facility that provides Housing, Help and Hope to homeless men in need. Our service-intensive transitional housing program offers a safe, sober and supportive living environment for men wanting to turn their lives around. We serve these men daily by providing beds, meals, counseling, job placement services and more.

But we cannot complete our mission alone. We depend on the generosity of people of faith and the Madera community to support and join us in our mission and work.

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Find out more about our mission, our methods and the results of our work.

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Want to help? You can contribute to our mission in many different ways. Give money. Volunteer. Donate items.