In The News

Pictured (Left to Right) - Nathan Monk, OHP Exec. Director, FWB Mayor Dick Rynearson, Ruth Sykes, President of the Kiwanis Club of Fort Walton Beach, Bill Roberts, Chamber Board Chair On August 4, 2017, Kiwanis presented $8000 to One Hopeful Place from their Charity 5K run....

Deliveries accepted at 1564 Percy L. Coleman Road, Fort Walton Beach Monday through Friday – 8am to 3pm One Hopeful Place is happy to be opening our doors at the first building of One Hopeful Place. It will affectionately be named "The Haven". The Haven will offer shelter,...

The wonderful marketing team from Destin Commons – Heather Ruiz and Robert Perry -  showed their support for One Hopeful Place by this generous donation, funded through the Commons’ Coins for a Cause program.  Ted Corcoran (at left) was thrilled to accept their check....

Dr. Charles Hollingsworth (center) gave a generous donation to support One Hopeful Place.  He is thanked by Community Solutions board members Lisa Jo Spencer (Lisa Jo Spencer, PA) and Mitch Mongell (Fort Walton Beach Medical Center)....

  The Mission of One Hopeful Place is to be the front door into permanent housing and to end the cycle of homelessness for those experiencing housing loss in Okaloosa County....

On Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at 8:30 am, the Community Solutions Board cut the ribbon on Phase One for One Hopeful Place. Articles Northwest Florida Daily News Wear TV...

Scheduled completion date of Phase 1 of One Hopeful Place. Phase 1 consists of a 10 bed facility to house the area’s veterans in a transitional program, as well as a cold-weather shelter for up to 100 homeless residents....