Since 1992, we have served over 1700 women in the state of Georgia with substance use and mental health challenges.

 

Our Mission

Hope House strives to instill self-sufficiency in individuals and families through comprehensive treatment to end the cycle of substance misuse, untreated mental illness, and poverty. Our organization strives to empower individuals through prevention education, clinical treatment, and recovery supports to create sustainable change. Hope House's ultimate goal is to help our individuals and families become self-sufficient as contributing members of society.


I moved out of Hope House November 2015 into a townhome in which the lease and all utilities are in my name. I am independent and self-sufficient. I have a job that I love, and was promoted to a supervisory position in January 2016. I am now able to be the daughter, sister, and friend that I can be proud of as a result of my recovery.
— Joan, 2015 Graduate

What We've Achieved

  • Hope House, Inc. remains to be the only licensed and accredited residential substance misuse and mental health facility that serves women and children in Augusta-Richmond County.

  • Hope House is celebrating 27 years of service in the Augusta community in May of 2019, and we have served over 1700 women and their families since 1992.

  • Hope House received its national accreditation by the Council on Accreditation (COA) in 2006 and then was re-accredited in 2010, 2014, 2018 and accredited through 2022.

  • 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 was recently awarded Behavioral Health Exceptional Recovery Oriented Service and Regional Outstanding Behavioral Health Provider for Region 2 by The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) at The 2018 Behavioral Health Symposium Awards banquet. DBHDD honored providers and community partners whose leadership, service and collaboration have had a significant impact on the field of behavioral health.

  • Hope House was the selected recipient of $100,000 grant from the Ribbons of Hope. Each year, Ribbons of Hope awards the grant to a non-profit organization that promotes education, health, economic independence, social well-being or human rights for women and their children. Please watch the video below.