Residential

Our core services include:

+ Sober living units 24 hours a day, 365 a days a year
+ Individual and group substance abuse counseling
+ Parenting support and education
+ Employment and education assistance
+ Family support and education
+ Certified Peer-to-Peer support
+ Relapse prevention education
+ Intensive case management

The Women’s Treatment & Recovery Support Services (Ready for Work) program includes group and individual therapy, crisis intervention, family dynamics, parenting skills, coping skills, health and fitness and vocational and educational programs. This all-inclusive program gives women a second chance in life and the tools to become a productive member of society. The women who successfully complete the program leave to become gainfully employed citizens who are self-sufficient, better mothers, and able to deal with problems in constructive and healthy ways.

Our organization strives to create sustainable change within these individuals through recovery, teaching them how to manage their disorders, increasing their awareness and education, and acquiring practicable skill sets. This is accomplished by providing housing with supportive services, such as mental health and addiction counseling, psychiatric care, case management, opportunities for educational/vocational enhancement, and transportation.

Substance use disorder is a multifaceted illness that has physical, emotional, and psychological consequences. Since almost two-thirds of the women with substance use disorder also have a co-occurring mental health disorder, it is critical that our approach to treatment is multidisciplinary and integrative – elements of both mental health and drug and alcohol treatment are combined into a unified treatment plan for each client. In other words, the program provides dual diagnosis services – integrated assistance for each condition in one setting which has clinically shown to be very effective.

Intake Process:

Our Women’s Treatment & Recovery Support Services (Ready for Work) program is generally how women enter our facility. Each resident is assigned their own appropriately sized apartment depending on the size of the family (only the woman and her children under 13 that will live on campus). Each potential resident (applicant) must complete an admission application. After the completion of the admission application, applicants must bring or send the needed documentation (see PDF file of intake documentation) to Hope House under the Admission Process tab. After all documentation is received by the Intake Coordinator, qualifying applicants will be either receive an official intake interview with our Treatment Team, or be placed on our waiting list (depending on availability).

After acceptance into the residential program, the new resident/applicant will immediately complete paperwork to move onto campus. We generally encourage potential residents (applicants) to bring any personal belongings (review approved treatment items) to their official intake interview (our Intake Coordinator will advise you on an appropriate plan of action). Residents will move into their apartment as soon as all of their paperwork is complete and approved. Residential program slots will cover program costs, and may cover rent for a limited time period ($200 deposit still required), but does not cover costs such as laundry and medication, and are available on a limited basis.

While services (counseling, transportation, etc.) are  provided at no cost to participants and clients, individuals that participate in Hope House’s residential and/or intensive outpatient program(s) will have to pay up to 30% of their income (from employment, social security income, etc.)  to cover rental expenses while living on campus. Clients are also responsible for the cost of their medications and to use the laundry facilities on site. 

If clients are truly indigent, payment arrangements can be made to cover rental expenses at a later date, i.e. back rent, which requires a minimum of 10% of future income to be paid monthly to cover rental expenses. A $200 deposit is required prior to the renting of an apartment. Rents can be paid with money order with the client’s name in the memo line. 

List of Approved Treatment Items

Hope House is also an approved THOR provider.

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