Our Hair Studio is a family salon ,we were in our location on Palmbrush Trail for over 8 years .We haved moved our location.Shaggys waiting lounge is very relaxed.We offer coffee and refreshments to our guests.The Color Designing is done at our "COLOR BAR" where our color magic is mixed ,right where you can see.We welcome you to a friendly relaxed atmosphere Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs of our guests,we are trained by the professionals of John Paul Mitchell Systems ,our training is in and out of the salon. Our team loves to make changes or maintain a hairstyle on our guests .As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
8729 STATE ROAD 70 EAST
BRADENTON, FL 34202
Tues - Fri: 9AM - 5PM
Sat: 9AM - 3PM
Sun & Mon: Closed
HOPE FAMILY SERVICES
Phone: (941) 747-8499
Fax: (941) 749-1796
1215 8th Ave W
Bradenton, FL 34205
Phone: (941) 745-2034
HOPE Family Services, Inc. was founded in 1979. The shelter began in the home of a dedicated advocate. Within a year a grant was secured to pay off the mortgage, thus, HOPE was firmly established as Manatee County's only domestic violence Safe Shelter. The addition of a 24-hour helpline allowed HOPE to become immediately accessible to victims regardless of the day or time.
In 1986, HOPE expanded its services to include counseling for the children of domestic violence victims, parenting support and an additional full-time outreach counselor for victims. An Outreach Counseling Office was established and HOPE received its first grant through the Victims of Crime Act.
HOPE assisted the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Manatee County in establishing the Violence Protection Advocate Division, a program unique to the office in that advocates assist victims not only in filing injunctions, but in attending court proceedings with them as well. This program won the 1992 Florida Network of Victims Services Award.
HOPE was one of the founding members of the Domestic Violence Council in Manatee County, a hardworking group comprised of local judges, the State Attorney, the Public Defender, the Clerk of the Circuit Court, the Sheriff, Department of Children and Families and HOPE. In late 1996, HOPE saw the inception of a new, innovative program called “Community Policing”. Three trained domestic violence advocates, employed by HOPE, were placed in the community and paired with law enforcement officers. The goal of the program is to assess victims immediately after a domestic violence incident and offer victims the entire scope of available services in an effort to keep them safe from further harm.
In 1998, HOPE opened our thrift store, The HOPE Chest. The HOPE Chest has assisted individuals with clothing, furniture, and other household items. Fiscal year 1998-1999 saw a complete remodeling of HOPE's Outreach Counseling Office. The Junior League, in partnership with the Selby Foundation, contributed time and money to make the Outreach Counseling Office a warm and welcoming, healing place. In 1999-2000, the Safe Shelter was renovated and became completely ADA compliant. In 2005, in concert with our sister agency, SPARCC in Sarasota; transitional housing was added to our list of services.
With media attention focused on the long-standing epidemic of domestic violence and abuse, community awareness of HOPE's mission continues to grow. HOPE receives stronger support from individuals, local and national corporations and local government.