Village of Hope

Village of Hope

Village of Hope was established in 2003 and is located on a property that is donated by the founder in Estonia. The facility is part of the non-governmental organization Village of Hope which aims to help socially underprivileged and delinquent people. Village of Hope works on a voluntary basis and participants are encouraged to restore their broken relationships by learning how to take responsibility for what they have done. The facility also has strong connections with Christianity and focuses on the relationship with God that has been lost between a participant and Him.

about

Men and women reside in the Hope House for a program of 10 – 12 months that consists of learning, household chores, duties, responsibilities, socializing, occupational therapy and participation in other jobs and activities that are necessary for the regular life in the village. Besides that are the residents also encouraged to restore their broken relationships and learn how to take responsibility for what they have done. There are four stages in the program: orientation, regeneration, inner healing and discipleship, which each their own characteristics and duration, all based on biblical principles. There is not much interaction with the local community, since Village Hope is a little town on its own.

about

Men and women reside in the Hope House for a program of 10 – 12 months that consists of learning, household chores, duties, responsibilities, socializing, occupational therapy and participation in other jobs and activities that are necessary for the regular life in the village. Besides that are the residents also encouraged to restore their broken relationships and learn how to take responsibility for what they have done. There are four stages in the program: orientation, regeneration, inner healing and discipleship, which each their own characteristics and duration, all based on biblical principles. There is not much interaction with the local community, since Village Hope is a little town on its own.

about

Men and women reside in the Hope House for a program of 10 – 12 months that consists of learning, household chores, duties, responsibilities, socializing, occupational therapy and participation in other jobs and activities that are necessary for the regular life in the village. Besides that are the residents also encouraged to restore their broken relationships and learn how to take responsibility for what they have done. There are four stages in the program: orientation, regeneration, inner healing and discipleship, which each their own characteristics and duration, all based on biblical principles. There is not much interaction with the local community, since Village Hope is a little town on its own.

Village of Hope is a:

Forensic care facility

for:

60 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Differentiated

Village of Hope is a:

Forensic care facility

for:

60 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Differentiated

Village of Hope is a:

Forensic care facility

for:

60 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Differentiated

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Lotuuse küla/ Village of Hope

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Visited by RESCALED (1-12-2023)

Lotuuse küla/ Village of Hope

Report Village of Hope

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Visited by RESCALED (1-12-2023)

Lotuuse küla/ Village of Hope

Report Village of Hope

Not available yet

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Visited by RESCALED (1-12-2023)

"Shaping the future, a 1000 originals

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

"Shaping the future, a 1000 originals

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!