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Impact Report


Imparting hope and healing to every heart.


Hope Center’s mission is to impart hope and healing to every heart, with an emphasis on women survivors of sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and life-dominating issues.

There are approximately

survivors of sex trafficking

in the United States


Source: The Samaritan Women Institute for Shelter Care


We provide holistic, long-term restorative care which gives survivors a chance to rebuild their lives in a safe, loving, and supportive environment.


We’ve developed avenues of support through our in-house community services and partnerships, to create a more significant impact in our local community.


Our in-house ministries and partners reach the lost, provide ways for believers to grow in their faith, and build the Kingdom of God.


Our businesses provide funding, gainful employment in sober environments, and practical opportunities for our residents to obtain financial autonomy.

Our Leadership Team

Board of Directors


Anglea King


Atty. Michael Boring


Brad Davis


Dr. Teresa Jones, MD


Margo Ward


Mark Wright


Hubert Nolen


Mary Nolen

Our Board of Directors is comprised of community leaders with expertise in a wide range of areas, including:

In 2020, we started our journey with the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), a complete set of simple tools and a proven process to produce powerful business results. This system has helped improve our operations, strengthen our leadership team, and help us grow as a ministry.

The Board meets in person monthly and is responsible for financial oversight of the organization while advising on-site leadership on an ongoing basis.

Executive Team

Our Executive Team provides vision, strategic, and operational leadership to our organization. They set goals, solve issues, develop strategies, and ensure the strategies are executed effectively.

Hubert Nolen

Executive Director

Mary Nolen

Associate Director

Holly Ball

Dir. of Finances and HR

Gina Colclazier

Dir. of Residential Minisitries

Rachel Kleine

Dir. of Business Development

Sara Feasel

Dir. of Development

Residential Data

SINCE 2016

Hope Center Indy has served over 106+ survivors


Stories of Hope


of program participants reported improvement in the following areas:

Sustained sobriety

Mental health stability /

access to resources

Gainful employment

Legal expungements
or resolutions to court cases

to family and/or children

I will soon celebrate six years sober! Six years without heroin, six years without crack, six years without meth, and six years without a needle. I never thought it was possible for me to get clean, let alone become a productive member of society.


I will continue to share my story in hopes of helping others. We do recover! To Him, be all the glory, honor, and praise.


Giving to others in need is not easy, but Pastor Nolen, his family, and all the volunteers and staff members have truly blessed my life and shown me the love of Jesus that I have never seen before, and I will never forget. Thank you, Hope Center volunteers and staff, for making a difference in the world and being part of the change you want to see.


I have since gotten my certification to be a Community Health Worker, and it is my true desire to one day be on staff with the Hope Center, so I can share God’s love as it was shared with me.


I want to educate society on the lifestyle and mentality of the street to better assist with bringing people like me into His love. It is an overwhelming, neverending, reckless kind of love that cannot be found anywhere else.


Hope Center Indy provided me with gainful employment and as a result, I was able to enroll in a program for professionals overcoming addictions.


I am now a graduate of the Take Heart Residential program and licensed to practice nursing again. My God loved me back from despair. I am now thriving and excited to share my testimony of victory with the world.


Community Impact

2+ Million

pounds of food have been distributed through our David Nolen Pantry of Hope.

130+ Families

per week are receiving food from our food pantry.

2,000+ People

have been connected to mental and physical health services.

1,500+ People

Have been connected to essential community resources and services.

60+ People

have taken our Human Trafficking 101 course this year.


Electronic Scent Detection K-9s have been trained at Hope Center Indy through our partnership with Jordan Detection K9 and Operation Underground Railroad

Social Enterprises

Our campus is home to several in-house social enterprises.


These businesses serve three clear purposes:


To generate income for our programs, thus making the Hope Center self-sustaining


To give our Residents avenues to learn employment and life skills


To employ our Residents, enabling them to secure gainful income as they participate in Take Heart Residential, Grace House, or Hope Community



Our businesses raised $326,630.12 for our programs

We employed

10 residents


We had



We held

28+ events


Funding Sources and Expenses

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