Hope House was fortunate enough to again be selected to receive support from Dr. Andrew Allgood’s office through Smiles for Hope! The fundraising event ran from March of 2017 until June 1, 2017. It’s simple, you whiten your teeth, and a portion of the proceeds for the procedure go to support Hope House’s Therapeutic Childcare Center and Family Services!
The Therapeutic Childcare program is not simply a day care center; it is a curriculum that addresses all major issues challenging these children (i.e., mental, emotional, physical and social development) as a consequence of their parents suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. It is designed to break the cycles of addiction and poverty.
Our core services include:
+Field trips & extracurricular activities
+ Reunification and bonding assistance
+Substance abuse prevention services
Hope House, Inc. is an Augusta non-profit that provides housing and services to women and a Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ Women’s Treatment and Recovery Support Services site and United Way agency, began providing services to women with mental health disorders, including substance use disorders, in 1992 and has been accredited since 2006. Its program allows residents to keep their children with them as they complete their treatment to address issues facing the entire family. Each woman leases her own apartment at The Highlands West, the permanent supportive housing facility run by Hope House.
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 again in 2014; Hope House is now accredited through 2018. Hope House, Inc. remains to be the only licensed and accredited residential substance abuse and mental health facility that serves women and children in Augusta-Richmond County and its twelve surrounding counties.
Hope House, Inc. began accepting women in May 1992 and has been providing a residential therapeutic community for women that addresses the physical, mental, emotional, and psychological consequences of substance use disorder. Since its opening, Hope House, Inc. has served over 1400 women in its residential and outreach services.
Thank you to all of the donors that participated this year and Dr. Andrew Allgood’s office for supporting Hope House’s children and families!