Mission: Provide a foundation of recovery and life skills for chemically dependent adults and families within a supportive residential environment leading to independence.
Population Served: Chemically dependent, at-risk individuals and their families.
History: Hope Haven was founded in 1976 through the efforts of individuals concerned with the lack of services available for alcoholic women in early recovery. The first home opened for 5 women. Today, HH helps 300 homeless and at-risk individuals a year at The Villages of Hope Haven, an 11.6 acres substance-free recovery campus for men and women, as well a men’s permanent housing facility in Dilworth.
Approach: HH clinical services offer five programs to transition residents to independent living. All residents participate in regular counseling, AA/NA/CA meetings, parenting and recovery workshops, vocational and educational assessments, and job training programs. Recognizing the importance of family to successful recovery, HH allows for parent-children reunification earlier in the recovery process.
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Primary Contact: Allison Herbert, 704-996-3550 or Allison.firstname.lastname@example.org.