The Vision of Hope Association
Hope Association envisions a world where all people are treated with respect.
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As partners in our community, we will provide leadership, residential, case management, vocational and community support services to individuals with intellectual and related disabilities
Service Summary & Location
Located in the Western Foothills in the heart of Rumford Maine, Hope Association offers opportunity.Read More
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. A new employee at Hope Association is required to complete approximately 60 hours of training prior to becoming certified as a Direct Support Professional (DSP). In combination with the live classes, the DSP must complete online training which involves 40 hours of high quality training from the College of Direct Support. We are very proud of the hard work each DSP puts into earning their DSP. We thrive to keep an excellent reputation and to provide quality services. We are fortunate that our direct support staff rise to this challenge every day and play a crucial role in improving services for the people we support.
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.
Dear Danielle, We are so happy with the way Robin Smith is working with Betty. Betty looks forward to the visits. Robin is kind, creative, and attentive. She makes every effort to make the visits satisfying and varied, and she listens carefully to Betty’s concerns and wishes. This is a wonderful service for one hour every day, and we’re so appreciative.Anne Wood & Joe Sirois
I have been meaning to reach out to you to express how much I enjoyed watching the fashion show. The smiles on everyone’s faces were absolutely priceless! Those are the days in which our jobs are that much more rewarding! Thank you so much for giving that day to all of our clients!Kayla LairdCommunity Case Management, The Progress Center
I who would like to thank both Catherine and Vickie for the invaluable information. Thank you for being so open and helpful. It is rare in this day and age of competition and turf protection. I hope we can continue to work together and always do what is needed for the individuals in our area! Thanks again.Linda LaRue-KenistonWork First