Our Mission:


We meet the unique needs of vulnerable children and their families. Our programs provide hope and a brighter future for the children & families we serve!


Our Mission

Hope for the Future provides a natural, safe, fun home-like environment for children and families to engage through visitations, with the aim of keeping the families we serve connected.

Our Vision

To invest the necessary resources and offer support to the family unit with a goal of strengthening and giving hope.

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Our Impact

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Our work is funded by private grants and donors, and each donor dollar allows us to continue to provide FREE visitation services.

 Since these kids will be the Oklahoma citizens of the future, our work has a critical impact on the community. Will you join us?



Children Served




Hours of free visitation

Our organization is recognized as having completed the Standard for Excellence course by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.  Our certification is valid from 2018-2023, and we can be found on the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits graduate page.


What We Do

Hope for the Future, provides a natural, safe, home-like setting where visits between parents, children, siblings, and/or others who have been separated due to allegations of abuse or neglect or are involved with juvenile court system to talk place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers.  

Visitation allows the child an opportunity to reconnect and reestablish the parent/child/family relationship in a natural, safe home environment.  It is a time for parents to learn and practice new parenting techniques and to assess their own ability to parent through interaction with the child.  


Get Involved

There are lots of ways you can get involved with Hope for the Future and we are happy to have you join us.

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Volunteer opportunities

Wish List


October 2017

“HFTF has created a resource for children and their families to have a sense of normalcy in what can be one of the most challenging times.”