ANDREW'S HOUSE OF HOPE
Working Towards a Brighter Future
WHO WE ARE
Here at Andrew's House of Hope, we work to teach and model positive pathways to foster recovery and wholeness through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Our goal is to always provide a beautiful and tranquil environment in which to nurture self-esteem, wholeness, and spirituality.
What We Do
Andrew's House of Hope is a nonprofit program offered to women who are working to holistically recover from a substance use disorder or women in transition. Working together we break down barriers to recovery and change.
We are committed to serve our clients' needs and also to provide individual quality care.
We do this by providing secure and peaceful housing.
Our goal is to empower women by building their self-esteem, restoring integrity, and helping them recognize self-worth.
Ultimately, we want to help women transition into healthy, independent living.
Residents must be at least 18 years of age and agree to remain in the program until they have satisfactorily met the criteria for recovery.
Although there is no set length of stay, to maximize the benefit of recovery it is likely that the resident will remain at the house for at least 3-6 months to complete a program that is set according to their individual needs.
Andrew's House of Hope believes that collaboration, empowerment, and accountability with the participant are key principles for those in early recovery from drugs or alcohol.
In order to reduce recidivism, Andrew's House requires residents to attend local services and self-help groups as part of their program.
We believe that dependency is a lifelong battle and promote active involvement with various professional, self-help and religious services to be successful.