“House of Hope helped me get on my feet when my life was so far in the dumps that I honestly thought I was living a great life. They provided the encouragement I needed to go out and find a job when I didn’t want to. The house also helped me finally start working and getting my GED which I most likely never would have done without this facility. All the staff and counselors here have been really nice and welcoming to me. I cannot say enough good things about them. Now that my time here is almost done, I feel I will be better able to provide for my child on the way, and have more knowledge and tools on how to deal with life and how to keep clean. HOH has been the best thing to happen to me in a very long time. I thank God for the chance to spend my treatment here”.
– Derek M.
“When I came to the House of Hope I had little or no self- confidence. My life of drugs and alcohol had beaten me down repeatedly. I was hopeless, helpless and suicidal. It had cost me everything I held dear, and all those who tried to love me. I had hit rock bottom and had nowhere to go but up. While trying to piece myself back together again as a person a strange sequence of events happened. In the past I would have considered this to be coincidence. But then one night at an AA meeting someone read the poem “Footprints” and I had a spiritual awakening.
“I quit believing in coincidence that night and realized that God brought me to HOH”. I now have serenity and an inner peace that I was lacking during my days of using”.
“From the bottom of my heart I want to thank HOH for being the den in which God chose to save me”.
– Paul B.