Residential Program
Since 2001, HOI has helped children learn life and independent living skills while providing a home-like environment during their time away from their families. Our residential program focuses on healthy living and problem solving.

Most children in the program attend public school, participate in community activities, and other cultural events such as skating, bowling, swimming and visits to museums and other attractions. Older youth are taught how to budget, shop for groceries, cook meals, use the public transportation system, and, in some cases, maintain a job.

HOI serves males between the ages of 10 and 17 years old. The staff of House of Inspiration provides support, promotes positive self-esteem, and responds to the emotional, social, and physical needs of the clients.

The Residential Program accepts referrals from the Department of Children and Family Services (DFCS).