Byron's House of Hope (BHH) opened on January 1st, 2018 and is recognized by New Mexico Probation and Parole Department as a faith-based, six-month transitional-living program in Farmington, NM.
Below is Byron's House of Hope application for your loved ones who are interested in the program. We do have requirements. We ask that applicants be currently in a New Mexico State Prison and have parole for more than 6 months. Please scroll down for program and contact information.
BHH is funded by private donors, organizations, churches, and faith-based grants. BHH does not receive any federal and/or state funding.
Living a Christ-centered life means we learn about Jesus Christ and His gospel and then we follow His example written in the Holy Bible.
All program applicants must have at least 6 months of parole or probation or more to help with accountability. All participants are required to gain full-time employment in month 3. Participants are not allowed to get on disability for a means of employment and/or for financial means to pay monthly rent while in the program.
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 (NLT)
These guys are a great bunch and we are blessed to have them in Byron's House of Hope.
From left to right:
Andres, Skylar, Matthew, and Gary
Funding a transition house is a huge task, but we are thankful we have a big God who gives the honor of walking along side these men. We try to make our program affordable and that is only possible with God first and the heart of our donors. Click the link below if you want to donate. Thank you and may the Lord bless you with more riches!
Brian Myers, his wife, Rochelle, and 6 children live in Bloomfield, NM since 2007. Brian is a missionary with Brethren in Christ U.S. World Missions and has been involved in prison ministry since 2009, leading him to lead Convicted By Christ's weekly men's support meeting, and now leading BHH into the future.
Chris and Sue are our live-in house parents whose mission is to make guys feel at home.