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Our Story | The Unplanned Journey

"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."

Eleanor Roosevelt

The co-founders, Michael and Natasha L. Fuller, realized in 2013 the need to serve populations learning to readjust within a community filled with barriers and unforeseen challenges. Many individuals they encounter find themselves lost in the folds of survival, attempting to find purpose and healing from the aftermath of their past. These individuals had experiences spanning from substance use, displacement from homes, joblessness, gang involvement, separation, and lack of family support. It doesn't stop there, however. Realization collided with the founders based on their own life experiences. This revelation has led them on a journey to reach others by providing services to help unlock opportunities for preservation and growth while building communities ready to defeat the incarcerated mind.

Our Board of Directors

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

We are the governing collective striving to support mental health & public safety throughout the United States.

We are committed to birthing innovation from community collaborations that uphold the integrity of A Nation of Hope's standards & mission.

Our Community Engagement Team

Educators. Informers. Motivators.

We are a community of advocates focused on change for the unhoused, justice-involved, and those suffering from mental illness.

Our Advisory Team

We are the anchors committed to providing sound advice and wise counsel for the success of A Nation of Hope's serving body.

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