Providing innovative, trauma-informed services for the unsheltered that honor equity and offer hope.


As Community Through Hope approaches its 5th anniversary as a nonprofit serving and bringing hope to the unsheltered homeless population, we’ve been intentional about reflecting, refocusing and reimagining how the images we create communicate the mission and vision of our organization. After four years serving this community, we’ve decided to transition to a new and improved logo that better captures our purpose to bring equity and offer hope to provide innovative, trauma-informed services for the unsheltered that honor equity and offer hope.

Our Cause, Community Culture initiative is an expanded representation of who we are and what we stand for as a nonprofit. We’d like to thank all CTH staff, our clients and the community who inspire us each day to continue this difficult but critical work. A special thanks goes to Director of Programs Deion Williams, Program Manager Alyssa Tolentino and Program Assistant Sean Clancy.

Our staff is includes a group dedicated individuals with various socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, genders and sexual orientation. While we came to CTH for different reasons, we all share the desire to bring accessible, equitable programs and services to our community’s most vulnerable demographic throughout the South Bay. Our clients are youth, adults, seniors and disabled veterans with their own stories of adversity and individual challenges. Despite their circumstances, we don’t judge. Instead, we serve their needs with compassion because we recognize that to be homeless is still human.

Molina Healthcare of California recently recognized three San Diego area residents for their dedication to addressing social determinants of health through the MolinaCares Community Champions program. Each honoree received a $5,000 grant to pay forward to the nonprofit organization of their choice. Sebastian, our Executive Director, was one of these recipients.