Path of Hope

Restoring hope. One step at a time.

We help with life’s challenges.

Often, when the support that the federal government gives to new immigrants is ending, many of their troubles are just starting. Many people, especially immigrants, don’t yet know how to access the assistance organizations they need after resettlement in their new homes, and they don’t know the language well enough to be able to ask for help – they need someone who knows whom to ask for help and how to ask for that help: Path of Hope can be that someone.

We offer services that can make a difference.

Wondering what school to go to? What major would best fit your skills? How to improve your grades? Where to get tutoring programs? How to find funding for schooling? Path of Hope is here for you.

We believe that humans’ success is directly related to their social lives. Thus, through our social services, Path of Hope will help you achieve your dream.

Announcements

COVID-19: Path of Hope offices are open, but we encourage everyone to observe the CDC guidelines.

Border Crisis: The MPP program has ended. This means that detainees who were previously being held in Mexico under this program are being released to their relatives to pursue their asylum cases in the United States. If you have a relative in detention, please advise him or her to inquire about the release process. 

Your donations are welcome: Your desire to help change the lives of those in needs is greatly appreciated. Path of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donation to Path of Hope is tax deductible.  Please send all donations to:

Path of Hope

2000 James St. Ste 215 

Coralville, IA 52241.