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Our support workers respond to the needs of Hope House community members on a daily basis. 

Our support workers can help you register for Hope House programs and assist you with accessing the programs you need to thrive delivered by other agencies.

A community phone is available in the café for those who need to connect with other individuals or agencies.

Clothing Market

The Hope House clothing market offers a wide selection of new and gently-used clothing for everyone in all sizes and styles.

Like our food market, the clothing market looks and feels a lot like a shop, with familiar brands and the freedom to browse at your leisure. Our points-based system lets community members choose clothing that suits them and increases self-esteem, confidence and overall well-being.


Monday: 10am – 2pm
Tuesday: 10am – 2pm
Wednesday: 10am – 2pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm

No appointment necessary.


Ease Into Work

Ease Into Work is a program for people who are interested in gaining work experience and developing skills in a supportive environment! We have monthly gatherings on the 2nd Thursday of each month, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm here at Hope House.

Our Sponsors:

Hope Stylin’ Hair Salon

The Hope Stylin’ Hair Salon is staffed by professional hairstylist Bethany, and professional barber Jerron, who offer affordable cuts and colours to Hope House community members who need it. 

The Hope Stylin’ Hair Salon is open all day on Mondays: 

Hair Stylist (Bethany): 9:00am – 12:30pm

Barbering (Jerron): 1:00pm – 3:30pm

Please call reception to book an appointment! (519)-265-4299. 

Hope In Motion

Hope House is one of many organizations that offers a helping hand to members of our community here in Guelph. We believe that partnering and working with others is the best way to serve people at all corners of our community.

Hope in Motion distributes food, clothing, hygiene products and other essential supplies to other service providers in and around Guelph. Hope House receives generous quantities of donated goods each day, and this service ensures that any overflow finds its way to access points throughout the city.


Tax Clinic

HOPE House offers a free tax clinic through the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) under the Canada Revenue Agency.

Our free tax clinic is run by Sue Morris, a registered tax clinic volunteer, who supports our community members in getting their taxes done, whether it’s just for the past year or if you need to catch up on several years.

In 2020, over 650 tax returns were completed for community members