The mission of Grandma's House of Hope is to provide compassionate transitional care for women in crisis and hungry children in Orange County and to be the Orange County safety net for uniquely underserved women and children through hope, love, and healing. Grandma’s House of Hope (GHH), operates a 24-month women's transitional housing program located in Orange County, which provides a wide range of supportive services with a goal of self-sufficiency. The program focuses on providing services to women who are uniquely challenged such as victims of human trafficking, women who have become homeless due to breast cancer, and other "invisible populations" GHH also offers the Nana’s Kidz Program, which provides nutritional support and school supplies to over 500 children living in local motels. This program currently serves over 300,000 meals to hungry children over the weekend and summer months when school cafeterias are closed. Recently GHH developed Hope Works!, a workforce development program for participants in the transitional housing program and Nana’s Kidz. The program offers computer labs and training facilities in 3 Orange County cities.