New Hope of Indiana | New Homes at New Hope
For over forty years, New Hope of Indiana has been committed to supporting individuals and families, encouraging them to live their most independent, fulfilling lives. Through services for individuals with disabilities, counseling for families in the child welfare system and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day.
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New Homes at New Hope

26 Aug New Homes at New Hope

You may have heard that New Hope recently purchased two new homes: Alton and Naseau 2.0. Alton is a new, four-bedroom Supported Living site on the west side of Indianapolis. The home was purchased this summer and is already up and running under the leadership of Tracy Brabec and Marsha Messmore. More recently, New Hope purchased a new home along the line between Noblesville and Fishers which will eventually replace Naseau Group Home in Noblesville. The beautiful, old Victorian home in downtown Noblesville is in need of significant improvements. With a lot of stairs and limited accessibility, it no longer serves its residents well. The women of Naseau will transition to their new home, Nasaeu 2.0, in the coming months and will remain under the leadership of Julie Burrows and Lucinda Peterson.

These purchases are part of New Hope’s larger Strategic Plan for the next five years which includes expanding services and better meeting the needs of those served. Last year, we partnered with Blasdel Solutions to assess all of our homes and create a Real Estate Strategic Plan as well as an implementation plan to update, improve and maintain the over 40 homes that New Hope owns. Each of these plans will help guide New Hope’s decisions regarding the properties that we own and manage throughout Central Indiana.

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