No one is given a set timetable for recovery. Clients can stay in a safe, supportive environment until they feel ready, with God’s help, to re-join society.
Level of Care
18 and older
$125 weekly/ sliding scale
Must be willing to work
(Mild) As Needed
12 Steps, Groups
Age levels 18 and older
Level of care Residential
Fee Type $125 weekly/ sliding scale
Fee Structure Must be willing to work
Medication (Mild) As Needed
Organization Type Non-Profit Organization
Services 2 Steps, Groups
Therapy Types Christian
Addiction Counseling: Each client must attend the following classes: overcoming addiction, relapse prevention, financial stewardship, parenting classes where applicable, and two Bible studies per week including Rick Warren’s Celebrate Recovery study.
Life Skills: One of the major lessons a recovering addict must learn is how to maintain some level of discipline over one’s life. At HOH, life skills such as maintaining personal hygiene, keeping personal and communal living space clean and orderly, meal preparation and cleanup, maintaining a regular schedule of attending church and work on time, and respecting the needs of others via living the Golden Rule are all taught throughout each day.
Health Restoration: Many clients are experiencing or have recently experienced homelessness. Most of them have multiple physical problems due to their addictions and due to the nature of homeless living. They require medical attention and, in most cases, medications
Hope and Soap Ministry: Recognizing the grimy nature of homelessness and the effect just being filthy can have on one’s self-esteem and drive toward self-improvement, Hope and Soap provides funds for a one-day stay at a hotel near HOH in which a homeless person can take a shower, be provided with a set of clean clothes, get a haircut, get help in obtaining identification and enjoy one good night’s sleep in a safe place.