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A Hand Up Not a hand out

New Hope Village, Inc. first opened its doors in 1999. In 2001,we became our own 501c3 and have been going strong ever since. Changing lives and giving hope!

At New Hope Village we offer safe, decent and affordable apartments and homes to support the homeless. We have maintained an 96% success rate in moving clients from homelessness to self-sufficiency and permanent housing. Our program is designed to help motivated families and individuals get back on their feet and overcome situational & lifestyle choices that have resulted in homelessness. Clients are taught responsibility, integrity, budgeting, time management, life skills, and community service.

We have 10 apartments and 2 houses to assist MOTIVATED families and individuals in gaining self-sufficiency!


Who Qualifies?

  • Must be homeless-on the street, in a shelter, being evicted
  • Must be willing to participate in educational/life skills program
  • No current use of illegal drugs or alcohol
  • Must give permission to verify all information
  • Must be 18 years of age, legal or permanent resident
  • Must be motivated to become self-sufficient and productive
  • Must be willing to participate in community and fund raising events
  • Must be hard working, determined and dedicated to a better life style

Our mission is to provide subsidized housing and wraparound supportive services to homeless families and individuals in order to empower them to permanently break out of homelessness, food insecurities, and poverty. 

Our vision is a community where our alumni use the skills learned in our program to create new lives of hope.  

Homeless Emergency Aid Program

The State of California release 53 million dollars to help with the homeless epidemic. Our County received 9.3 million dollars. The City of Barstow declared a homeless shelter crisis  because Desert Manna closed our homeless shelter. The City of Barstow received $376,580. We are working with the City of Barstow as a subcontractor to administer the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) grant. We are working with the literally homeless (river bottom, tents) places not meant for human habitation to get  them housed. First, Bridge housing where we place them in motels and begin case management and housing navigation services. 

We have housed 9 families and sent 2 home via Greyhound bus.


Board of Directors & Staff

Frances Kramlich, President


Barstow Community Hospital, RN (Retired)

Angela Pasco, Exec Director



Randall (Randy) Albritton


Fidelity Moving/Successful Graduate.

Veronica Velardes


San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools/Disabled Students/Successful Graduate.

James Randall, Director


All Star Mobile Repair, Heavy Equipment Mechanic, Part Owner. A successful graduate of our program

Deborah Brand


Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (retired) 

Additional Staff

Amanda Garrison, Case Manager

Evelyn Montoya, Life Skills Coorinator

Alisha Montgomery, Office Assistant/ HMIS