House of Hope

2036 36th Street, Orlando, FL 32839


boys (14-17) & girls (13-17)

to provide training consulting to aid in the development of organizations implementing programs to help troubled teens and their families.


Most of the religious group homes reviewed by the Tampa Bay Times are nonprofit organizations and must file financial information each year with the IRS. The Times collected these public records, which reveal income and expenses and other basic information about each organization. In some cases, the forms could not be found.

Gross receipts $519,920
($649,781 in prior year)
Expenses $581,170
Net revenue $-61,250
Net asssets $276,158
Employees 8
Volunteers 35

State investigators responded to four complaints at the school and found no evidence to support claims of bizarre punishment and threats. Then, in 2008, state officials verified a case of sexual abuse at the home,



  • bizarre punishment
  • mental injury
  • sexual abuse
  • threatened harm

founder, director

According to this group home's tax form for 2010:




Group home profile last updated: Dec. 7, 2012, 1:49 p.m.

  • 490 First Avenue South
  • St. Petersburg, FL 33701
  • 727-893-8111