Aug 01, 2018
Erland Schulze - Hope House, Liberty Hill
Overview of Non Profit


Erland Schulze is the Development Director for Hope House.

Hope House is a local non-profit organization that provides permanent housing and care for the profoundly disabled in Liberty Hill, Texas.

Each resident at the newest Hope House duplex has a bedroom, and each unit has a living area, dining area, kitchen and a large handicap accessible bathroom.

The main Hope House campus opened in 1976, and the Nita Cove house opened in 2013.

The organization’s beginnings were in 1966, in a converted garage at the home of Rose McGarrigle. She later passed away in 2003, but her first resident, who is now 57, still lives at Hope House under her legacy of care.


Our Services

  • A loving atmosphere with personal, individualized care for all ages
  • Long-term staff who are fully trained for special needs and disabilities
  • Heart-warming, home-like environment featuring a cheerful, sunny setting
  • Clean facilities situated on five acres
  • Indoor and outdoor playscapes
  • Therapy room with qualified therapists
  • Full-time nurse on duty
  • Healthy, well-balanced meals and snacks
  • Special education curriculum available at the local public school
  • Excellent medical care just minutes away
  • Numerous opportunities for outings, travel, games, fun activities and stimulating experiences, with access to many community recreational facilities