Luke’s Story of Hope

Luke’s Story of Hope

As a young boy, Luke pulled his mother's rotator cuff. He didn't mean to, of course, but Luke has a nonverbal form of autism and bipolar disorder. When he could not communicate, he would lash out. "Without proper treatment, he could be dangerous," his mom says....

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Austin’s Story of Hope

Austin’s Story of Hope

Beginning in early 2019, Austin Williams was a student at Hope Vocational Academy. After learning many skills that have prepared him for his current career, Austin is now working as a Clerk in Hope's Training Department. We asked him a few questions about what led hum...

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Jaquan’s Story of Hope

Jaquan’s Story of Hope

The first time Jaquan read a billboard, it brought tears to his mother's eyes. She discovered her son’s learning disability when he entered kindergarten. Letters, numbers––he couldn’t retain them. None of his teachers addressed the issue. He struggled. In first grade,...

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Jonah’s Story of Hope

Jonah’s Story of Hope

Jonah is a prankster. He has a fantastic sense of humor, and he’s always trying something new. Right now, through the Hope Vocational Academy, Jonah works at least 3-4 different job sites and loves them all.  But it wasn’t always this way.  Jonah has autism. Before...

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Hope to Host 4th Annual Hopeful Futures Gala

Hope to Host 4th Annual Hopeful Futures Gala

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jodi Ogilvy Director of Communications – Hope P – 217.953.0894 ext. 30407 M – 217.553.2099 F – 217.786.3356 jogilvy@hope.us www.hope.us Hope to Host 4th Annual Hopeful Futures Gala SPRINGFIELD– Hope, a nonprofit organization headquartered in...

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