The Vision of
Hope Association
Hope Association envisions a world where all people are treated with respect.
Our Mission
As partners in our community, we will provide leadership, residential, case management, vocational and community support services to individuals with intellectual and related disabilities
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Service Summary
& Location
Located in the Western Foothills in the heart of Rumford Maine, Hope Association offers opportunity.
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Hope Association is Hiring!!!!
Direct support professionals (DSP) help individuals with physical and mental disabilities to live meaningful, productive lives in their communities. They build close relationships with the people they support, who may rely on them for assistance with tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing, taking medications, overcoming mobility issues, and attending school, work, religious, and recreational activities.
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WELCOME TO HOPE ASSOCIATION

Hope Association has a long history of providing a wide range of services for people with developmental disabilities. We are recognized and highly respected in our community for the work that we do.

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WREATH OF HOPE

Fundraiser for Special Olympics (Team Leaping Lizards) Now through December 31st

For only $5/light you can recognize the ones you love while supporting your local Special Olympics team.

Blue Light: In Memory of a person or pet.

Yellow Light: Is for Friendship or Love.

Green Light: In Honor of someone who is serving or has served in the military.

Lights can be purchased at Hope Association, the What-Not-Shop, and hopeassociation.org.

The Wreath of Hope will be displayed outside Hope Association, and a list of purchased lights will be displayed inside and on our Facebook page.

Please Complete this form above online and mail your payment as soon as possible.
Please make your non-refundable check payable to Hope Association for $5 for each light.

Hope Association
85 Lincoln Avenue
Rumford, Maine 04276

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ABOUT (SOME HISTORY)

In 1956, a group of parents and friends linked arms together to form a group that would provide support for people with mental retardation and related disabilities...

OUR SERVICES

In 1956, a group of parents and friends linked arms together to form a group that would provide support for people with mental retardation and related disabilities...

COMMUNITY

Community Support Services provide individuals person-centered services within their own homes and communities...

RETAIL

The What Not Shop offers Customer Appreciation Punch Cards. If you purchase at least $5 in items during your visit you will receive one punch...

TESTIMONIALS