Benjamin's Hope

UPDATED: June 30, 2021

Live: Benjamin’s Hope offers innovative affordable housing solutions for people with autism. 25 adults currently live in 5 homes designed to promote independence and community. These homes, which will soon include a sixth, have all been planned and funded through a successful capital campaign in alignment with our debt-free financial model.

Work: The Life Enrichment Program is designed to be a growth-focused, life-long education program that affirms dignity, and fosters a sense of purpose. Life Enrichment operates from 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday. Activities focus on skill-building, physical fitness, sensory integration, spiritual growth and social development as governed by individualized person-centered plans developed in collaboration with CMH. On-campus educational activities include skill development in gardening and animal care, soap making, art, music, cooking and baking. Participants have the option to begin their day with a time of praise and worship in the activity center at Benjamin’s Hope. Life Enrichment participants also participate in daily off-site activities and volunteer opportunities with numerous community partners.

Play: Whether resident, neighbor, or visiting school group, play happens naturally in our gardens, on the playground, with the goats and the alpaca and all around the beautiful 40-acre campus.

Worship: The Church at Benjamin’s Hope, a joint church plant of the Reformed Church of America and the Christian Reformed Church, is a sister organization that works in partnership with Benjamin’s Hope to provide an embracing and radically inclusive worship setting where everyone belongs.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid


15468 Riley St.
Holland, MI 49424
United States



(616) 399-6293


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