New Hope Center is a leader in meeting the needs of the disabled in the community.
From employment opportunities to educational or residential services, NHC has built the strongest, most experienced core of long-term supports in the greater Calumet County area.
As clients of NHC’s network of services, families have learned they can count on high quality, compassionate staff to provide the best experiences possible. As members of the community, NHC is dedicated to greater independence for all, and responsible stewardship of public resources.
CEO Greg Logemann said, “New Hope Center is always wanting to improve our buildings/environment. We’re hoping to replace the glass in the windows on the front of our center in the spring of 2016.”
New Hope Center also has introduced its Made by M. E. workshop which is in its infancy growing stage. “We can screen print your shirts—give us a call,” Logemann said.
Other key personnel at New Hope Center are Joe Weidensee, director of commercial services; Martha Leppanen, director of services; and Lisa Wollersheim, business manager.
Founded in 1965, New Hope Center, Inc. is located at 443 Manhattan St. in Chilton. For more information call 849-9351 or go to www.newhopeinc.org.