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Street’s Hope Press Release


Homes of Living Hope Provides Framework for Street’s Hope’s Office and Counseling Space

Louisville, Colo. –  June 13, 2016 –  Homes of Living Hope, a non-profit that provides the framework for converting used shipping containers into functioning facilities, partnered with non-profit Street’s Hope to retrofit an 8’x9’x20’ shipping container into office and counseling space.  Street’s Hope provides holistic, restorative services to women escaping sex trafficking and the commercial sex industry.

This project created the opportunity for Street’s Hope to grow and strengthen connections among the organization’s supporters. “As the number of Street’s Hope staff and residents in the home continues to grow, we have really enjoyed having the container for additional therapy and office space to utilize,” said Peg Theobald, communications & media director for Street’s Hope. “It is such a blessing to have the container and we are so very grateful to HOLH for their hard work and generosity.”

The shipping container was converted by volunteers from Littleton, CO-based Southern Gables Church and Street’s Hope supporters.  Mural designs created by Metro State University design students cover the exterior.
The project has several business contributors including Adolfson & Peterson Construction, DLK Engineering, OfficeScapes and Complete Container Services.
“Our goal was to help Street’s Hope grow the connections with their support base during the transformation of this badly needed office and counseling space,” said Bart Wear, Homes of Living Hope Director. “Their efforts transform the lives of the women they support and we were thrilled to support their ability to help even more.”
About Street’s Hope
Street’s Hope was founded in 2004 and is the only residential treatment facility in Colorado serving adult women escaping sex trafficking and the commercial sex industry. Through holistic restorative services in a one-year residential treatment program or a 4-6 month non-residential treatment program, Street’s Hope nurtures the resilience needed for these women to heal, transform and thrive. For more information, please visit:

About Homes of Living Hope
Founded in 2006, Homes of Living Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides the framework for converting used shipping containers into functioning facilities to be used internationally as clinics, schools and housing for under-resourced communities. The organization partners with volunteer groups throughout the U.S. who locally retrofit used shipping containers before transporting completed facilities to partnering aid groups in communities around the globe.

The mission of Homes of Living Hope is to connect communities through service. Their projects enable large numbers of volunteers to help as little, or as much, as they are able. Each converted container can connect up to 1,000 people throughout a community, offering volunteer opportunities in the areas of construction, logistics, power/energy generation, administration, international relations, fundraising and solicitation of supplies. Homes of Living Hope strives to strengthen communities by building relationships through the teamwork necessary to support a worthy cause. For more information, visit

For more info, please contact either:

Peg Theobald Bart Wear
Communications & Media Director

Street’s Hope

PO Box 19416

Denver, CO 80219

Phone: Office 303.433.2712


Homes of Living Hope

948 Rex Street

Louisville, CO 80027

Phone/text: 303.898.2400