Feel free to visit any of our locations.
Feel free to visit any of our locations.
High Hope Recycling was originally opened in 1990 with a mission to provide Sullivan and surrounding counties with a means to recycle their trash. It dually serves as a community business that is mostly staffed by consumers in High Hope Employment Services, Inc. supported employment program.
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High Hope Recycling & Paper Shredding Service was founded to provide a special service to the business community, not only to supply complete and safe destruction of sensitive and confidential materials, but also to contribute to the growing recycling efforts of the nation. High Hope Recycling & Paper Shredding Service also realizes how important security and confidentiality is to our clients and takes every precaution to assure their satisfaction. With America’s growing need for recycling and so many new laws on the books prohibiting dumping and incinerating, it makes good sense to call High Hope Recycling to help you dispose of this unique problem.
High Hope Recycling & Paper Shredding Service handles all aspects of your Document Destruction needs. We will pick up at your location all Documents, Records, and Papers to be destroyed. These items are taken to our facilities in Kirksville and Milan, Missouri, where they will be shredded and baled. All bales are shipped to mills for recycling. At the completion of the shredding operation a “Certificate of Destruction” will be issued to you. Authorized representatives from your company are welcome to view the shredding operation if you desire.
ALL PRICES BY THE POUND
ALL WEIGHT COMPUTED TO THE NEXT POUND
1-2500 LBS. .23 CENTS PER POUND
2501-5000 LBS. .20 CENTS PER POUND 5001-7500 LBS. .17 CENTS PER POUND LARGER QUANTITIES WILL BE QUOTED UPON REQUEST
PICK-UP CHARGE $15, IF UNDER 300 POUNDS
**High Hope Recycling is a subsidiary of High Hope Employment Services, Inc.
We’d love to provide cleaning services for your office or building
Grime Buster’s would love the opportunity to submit a proposal for custodial services for your building or office space. We will clean your building for free the first time to assure that we can provide you with the services you desire. From there a proposal will be developed and then hopefully a long lasting business relationship.
Give us a call you have nothing to lose!
**Grime Buster’s has held many contracts since it’s inception in 1989.
**Grime Buster’s is a subsidiary of High Hope Employment Services, Inc
Friendship Apartments provides permanent supportive housing to individuals who are homeless with a disabling condition and individuals who are chronically homeless with a disabling condition.
HUD’s final definition of “chronic homelessness” includes those individuals with a disabling condition who have either been: Continuously homeless for a year or longer;
or, have had at least four episodes of homelessness in the past three years that combined total at least one year.
To be considered chronically homeless, persons must have been sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation (e.g., streets) and/or in an emergency homeless shelter during that time.
The facility consists of 8 permanent supportive one-bedroom apartments, 9 one-bedroom units dedicated to chronically homeless individuals .
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
1. must be homeless or chronically homeless depending on the program you come in on
2. must be willing to receive services
3. must be at least 18 years of age
4. must have a disabling condition A person is considered homeless only when he/she resides in one of the places described below:
LENGTH OF STAY
There is no time limit set on the length of stay. In addition to regular supportive services, case management, and skill building, residents will be encouraged to their maximum ability to increase their income and therefore their self-sufficiency by obtaining employable skills or in developing a self-employment opportunity. These opportunities will be provided on-site and residents will be encouraged to take advantage of them. Once residents are stabilized and have a steady income, residents will be encouraged to save money.
Effective supportive services geared toward the needs of residents who are homeless are key to helping achieve self-sufficiency. All residents will actively work with their case manager in determining goals and outcomes. A range of services are offered to assist individuals and families in their ability to maintain essential life skills and housing, thereby preventing further episodes of homelessness. Services available include but, are not limited to; case management, outreach, crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, behavioral health, job training and placement. Additional referrals commonly include the Division of Family Services for food stamps, TANF, Medicaid, general relief and application for disability benefits if those are not already in place.
Referrals may come from any source. An agency or church or the resident themselves may be the referral source.
Our stores sell pre-loved items…you never know what you might find from day-to-day in our stores. The “treasures” change every day. We hand select each item to assure it is suitable for re-use. All clothing is cleaned and pressed and meet our highest quality standards. You’ll love the variety. You’ll especially love the prices!!
In addition to clothes, you can find great items in these categories: Home décor items, kitchenware, bedding, curtains, antiques, jewelry, purses, shoes, and much, much, more……..
**The Hope Chest is a subsidiary of High Hope Employment Services, Inc.
Check back for more details in the near future on our new greenhouse in Kirksville.