Worcester House of Hope

Worcester House of Hope is a NPO giving residence to women and their children so that they can be helped to process traumatic experiences and to facilitate the development to in turn offer them meaningful opportunities.

The NPO cater for up to 15 individuals at any given time.

Our Vision
The Vision ‘to take into residence women and children so that they can be helped to process traumatic experiences and turn these into meaningful opportunities which will facilitate their development’, was birthed in the heart of the founder, Sonja du Toit, many years ago.

On the 23rd of June 2003, the launching of the Worcester House of Hope took place. In July that year the WHOH had their first intake.

Due to the need in the community our services are rendered mainly to current female victims of crime and violence.

The WHOH has an internal as well as an external programme. Depending on the needs of the individuals, the internal programme has a duration of between three days to three months. The facility can accommodate fifteen individuals and include a kitchen, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large dining room/living room and a spacious garden.

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