Homes of Hope Executive Director, Sukhwinder Singh laid the foundation of this agency. A foster parstively utilized working within the field of child welfare in a professional role. She developed and opened the West Covina Boys Group Home in 1987 out of her desire to care for abused and neglected children. After just one year of operation and much success, she was able to develop a second boys group home site in the city of Chino. Both homes have found success serving hundreds of children over the past 18 years . 

In early 1992, Mrs. Singh saw the increased need to assist children out of group home care and into family settings. This led to the development of Homes of Hope Foster Family Agency, which opened its doors after licensure in June of 1994.

In the beginning, the foster family agency was quite small, numbering only three foster parents and fifteen children. The agency was, however, able to grow. After struggling for several months, Homes of Hope Foster Family Agency began to grow to first ten, then twenty to now approximately 100 certified foster homes and approximately 200 children. 

In December of 1997, a girls group home was added to the Homes of Hope arsenal to combat the need to assist teenagers in transition to independent lives. In 2004 it became known as Homes of Hope-Casa Esperanza Group Home. Currently home to six girls, Casa Esperanza is a model group home for L. A. County.

Now more than ever, Homes of Hope is developing new programs while increasing its professional standards. Through Title I funding from the Los Angeles County Department of Education we offer;



The Doors of Hope open when you unlock your heart and welcome a needy child into your Home of Hope for a brighter tomorrow.