Skip to content

Reaching At-Risk & Homeless Teens

With the addition of this new home and expansion of the program to serve teen boys, the need for a broader, more inclusive brand became clear.

SHARE

In 2014, Laurel House and Orange County Rescue Mission joined together, resulting in a stronger and healthier organization. This has allowed us to grow our vision by expanding the reach of this ministry to another population in need: at-risk and homeless teen boys.

In the beginning of 2019, God made this vision a reality—Laurel House closed escrow on a home in the heart of Tustin, with the goal of launching this new home in the fall of 2020.

With the addition of this new home and expansion of the program to serve teen boys, the need for a broader, more inclusive brand became clear. Out of much discussion, the decision was made to rebrand Laurel House under a new name: Hope Harbor.

Along with being a more inclusive brand that will translate well to both a boys’ and a girls’ home, there is meaningful significance behind the Hope Harbor name. Because first and foremost, as with all of our programs, we believe that true heart change and life transformation is born out of a relationship with Jesus Christ.

It is our hope that all young people who find their way to Hope Harbor will come to know a life that is anchored in a relationship with Jesus Christ and are no longer tossed to and fro by the storms of life.

Help Us Create More Stories Like The One You Just Read