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We have several successful women that have obtained employment and moving into independent living! (more…)
FOR FAMILIES OF WOMEN IN HOPE HOUSE:
Family Dynamics is cancelled for Thursday, April 6, 2017.
Please call our office if you have any questions – 706-737-9879.
Taylar Prince, a local makeup artist, working in the field for nine years, is pleased to announce the first annual wedding giveaway.
Hope House is looking for sponsors and donors to support our families this holiday season! (more…)
I’m Linda Stafford and I am a young person in long term recovery, and what that means for me is I have not used alcohol or drugs since I was 22 years old. Today I am 26 and in long term recovery for 4 years. I am a grateful daughter, sister, puppy-mom (to a fur baby), dedicated worker, and advocate in my community. (more…)
I am a woman in long term recovery. For me, that means I haven’t used any mind altering substances to change my reality since August 2013. I am also in recovery from mental health disorders.
To celebrate Red Ribbon Week in October and promote not only treatment, but prevention, Hope House is hosting a 5K called the Red Ribbon Run in partnership with Columbia County Community Connections, another local nonprofit helping youth to succeed through positive and healthy choices.
Recovery happens in communities and neighborhoods where people live so they can access natural support systems and live a life of independence. September is National Recovery Month. (more…)
This July through the beginning of August, Hope House will hold its annual Back to Supply School Drive for the school-age children at our facility. Hope House is able to provide school supplies, such as book bags, notebooks, and more all thanks to community partners! Contact Baylee Ready at 706-737-9789 ext. 210 to become a community partner today!
Hope House, a Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ Women’s Treatment and Recovery Support Services site and a United Way Partner Agency, provides services to women with substance use and other mental health disorders, and its program allows the residents to keep their children with them as they complete their treatment. Each woman leases her own apartment at The Highlands West, the permanent supportive housing facility run by Hope House.
Hope House is grateful for each Back to School Supply Drive sponsor and supporter, every community partner, and each grantor that makes our programs a success! Hope House, its staff and residents, are grateful to every individual, business, and group that have continued to support our mission to help women and their families in the CSRA.
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