Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking

UNITED THROUGH HOPE

Quick Facts

aka United Through H.O.P.E.

Denton, TX

Mission

UTH strives to help those with any type of social challenge build social skills to be more successful at school, home, on the job, or hanging out with friends. At UTH though we recognize that being social does not stop or start in the classroom, it happens everywhere with lots of different people! Therefore, we have programs that foster our nonprofit's mission to assist children and adults to gain the social skills, soft skills, play skills, and leadership skills they need to become successful at home, school, and within their careers.

Ruling Year

2012

Principal Officer

Laurie Harrier

Main Address

503 Bolivar

Denton, TX 76210 USA

Keywords

Children, Adults, Disabilities, Autism, Social skills, Leadership, Vocational, Job skills, AD/HD, Camp

EIN

45-3588770

 Number

7218066100

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Philanthropy / Charity / Voluntarism Promotion (General) (T50)

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H.O.P.E., for Families

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The staff at United Through H.O.P.E., Inc. strongly believes that no one raises theirself, rather it takes a community of interested, imaginative, caring, and hopeful individuals to reach one's fullest potential and we have created a nonprofit to help reach a wider range.

Our innovative social skills programs focus on developing leadership skills for everyone regardless of age and are non-exclusionary (hint no diagnosis needed to participate just a desire to grow socially) Each of the proven programs created by United Through H.O.P.E., Inc. are based upon the theory that skills should be taught globally in a naturalistic environment where practice leads to progress and success. All of our programs are designed to foster tolerance, acceptance, guidance, leadership, awareness, empathy, self-confidence, self-esteem, and a sense of belonging and empowerment all while building independence. All of our programs are meant to be fun and age and/or developmentally appropriate. As learning is supposed to be engaging. We recognize that everyone is at different degrees of social adeptness and have designed multiple programs to fit varying needs, ages, goals. Many of our programs have off site components to build and practice a connection with the community and the

Throughout her training Dr. Harrier has focused on the developmental, biological, behavioral, and neurological underpinnings to various disabilities and disorders, and strongly believes that a varied and open minded approach leads to better understanding and generalization of skills.

We have programs that foster our nonprofit's mission to assist children and adults to gain the social skills, soft skills, play skills, and leadership skills they need to become successful at home, school, and within their careers.

At UTH we know that being social is about more than just talking to someone! It is about experiences, getting along, sticking with something, coping with what real life throws at you, and accepting support!

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BOARD ORIENTATION & EDUCATION

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