La Casa de Esperanza, Inc. began in 1966 as History Builders, a small, high quality childcare, whose goal was to create a smooth transition for children living in a totally Spanish-speaking environment, to the Public School District’s English speaking environment. In 2005, over 39 years later, La Casa continues to grow, with a passion for positive change. Since 1966, La Casa has expanded and now offers five fundamental programs. Our Children, Family and Youth Program includes a thriving Early Childhood Education Center and a state of the art technology lab. Workforce Development provides comprehensive employment assistance to low-income people seeking economic self-sufficiency. La Casa Village I and II offers affordable and private apartments to low-income seniors and disabled individuals. The Weatherization Program identifies energy waste and provides cost-effective, energy saving measures and education to low-income residential households. La Casa Clinica specializes in mental health and alcohol and drug treatment programs.