Hope House, Inc. is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It received its Articles of Incorporation in November 1986 and began to serve women in May 1992.  Since then, Hope House, Inc. received its license in February 2003 by the state of Georgia (Department of Community Health) to operate its residential, long-term recovery program.  Hope House also received its national accreditation by the Council of Accreditation (COA) in 2006 and then was reaccredited in 2010 and 2014; Hope House is now accredited through 2018.

Hope House, Inc. remains to be the only licensed and accredited residential substance use and mental health facility that primarily serves women and children in Augusta-Richmond County and its twelve surrounding counties, but women are accepted from the entire state of Georgia.

Hope House received the Excellence in Treatment Award in August 2013 for its service in the fields of mental health and addiction from the Georgia School of Addiction Studies.

Hope House uses the medical model for treatment of substance use disorder.  All residents are evaluated by a psychiatrist, screened for medical conditions, and attend counseling sessions and classes. Such holistic treatment also includes the needs of the minor children and sessions with extended family members. Additionally, residents and clients are given the opportunity to gain life skills, coping skills, education, job training, parenting and more.

Providing housing as well as treatment has been shown to be more effective than treatment alone. Our clinical staff members are all trained and certified professionals.

Hope House is also an approved THOR provider.

Is treatment worth the cost?

According to several conservative estimates, every dollar invested in substance use treatment programs yields a return of between $4 and $7 in reduced drug-related crime, criminal justice costs, and theft. When savings related to healthcare are included, total savings can exceed costs by a ratio of 12 to 1. Major savings to the individual and to society also stem from fewer interpersonal conflicts; greater workplace productivity; and fewer drug-related accidents, including overdoses and deaths.

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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. 

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