Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos

About Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos

Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos strives to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect for at-risk infants, children and their families by providing comprehensive residential and family support programs that transform people and communities.

Every child deserves a homes that provides safety, health, permanence and hope.

When Casa de Esperanza first opened in 1982, the plan was to provide a safe place for families in crisis to leave their children until the crisis was resolved, at which time the family would take their children home to a safer, more stable environment. Since then Casa de Esperanza has cared for over 6,500 children and their families.

Casa de Esperanza provides safety, hope, and a home to children whose families are affected by domestic violence, substance abuse, poverty, homelessness and mental illness. Children ages birth to six years are admitted. Referrals are received from family shelters, hospitals, and Children's Protective Services.


House Parent

August 2019 - December 2020 Houston, TX
“Casa is a very special place. I loved the ability to connect with liked-minded individuals and provide a safe and loving space for children to grow and learn. I loved learning new things from the other house parents and from the kids. It was a beautiful experience to be able to care for such vulnerable children and grow myself. ”

Foster Parent

January 2019 Houston, TX
“The neighborhood is nice, and I love having the opportunity to care or kids, no matter how temporary. Also, while you’re there, you can make some amazing friendships and connections. ”
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