At Hope Network, we do what others can’t. Or won’t.

Day in and day out, we help people overcome.

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We’re changing the way wellness gets delivered for over 34,000 people annually across Michigan.

Sometimes what we do looks like healthcare. Sometimes it looks more like a social service. It can even look like a ride from one place to the other. Whatever the case, it’s pretty much impossible to define what Hope Network is. So instead, we just say that we help people overcome.

When others say, “You’re on your own.” We step in and say differently.

Over the years, Hope Network has filled essential care gaps across Michigan communities. And the gaps are there because the work is hard. It’s the work that society doesn’t always see or celebrate. But it’s what we’ve been called to do. And we’ve always answered. 

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Now that you know who we are, learn what we do.

Or just give us a call and let us know how we can help.



For learners as young as 18 months up to 21 years old, we provide evaluations, personalized Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, and support.


Mental Health

There’s no health without mental health, which is why we provide uniquely coordinated mental health services.


Developmental Disabilities

We provide independence for people with cognitive or physical disabilities – 9,000 of them at any given time.


Neuro Rehabilitation

Providing post-hospital rehabilitation services and specialized medical care for those who have sustained a brain or spinal cord injury, suffered a stroke, or have other neurological conditions.



We’re dedicated to achieving excellence in affordable housing, which goes far beyond the housing facility itself.



Week in and week out, we help individuals get to medical appointments, day programming, jobs, and other activities.


Workforce Development

We help people that want jobs, get jobs, while also helping employers diversify their workforce.


Michigan Education Corps

By not reaching proficiency, a student’s future isn’t as bright. That’s why we provide one-on-one tutoring, right in their school.

Our highly diverse and talented workforce is the foundation to our success.

We actively seek applicants who desire to make a difference in their community, while working alongside people from all walks of life. Hope Network is committed to fostering environments where everyone feels valued and respected, regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or family status, national origin, ability status, age or veteran status. Visit our careers page to learn how you can make a difference while working for an organization that values who you are.

Community Outing Group

Yes, we’re hiring. And we’ll make your search easy.

Give us some details and we’ll show you opportunities in your area. No matter your story or skill level, there’s a good chance we have a job for you.

Residential Direct Care

We’ve earned the top seal of excellence.

The hard-earned Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) seal is given to providers who show a deep commitment to continually improving services, encouraging feedback, and serving the community.

Carf Accreditation

At Hope Network, we use our voice to speak for those whose voices are muted by injustice, disability, and fear. Because we believe justice for them is justice for us all.

Hope Network Advocacy Statement
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