House of Hope provides the tools to achieve recovery from addiction and address mental health issues, while transforming lives, families, and communities. We provide hope for the future, and healing to those in need of a second chance.
House of Hope provides a highly structured residential environment for residents. We have two primary goals we strive to achieve: The treatment of substance abuse and mental health conditions and transforming lives and reconnecting families.
Treatment often begins in our residential setting, where we assess the needs of each individual and design a treatment plan to address their needs. Whether it is addiction, mild to moderate mental illness, or both, we have the capacity to treat individuals utilizing our evidence-based curriculum. We provide psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, medical services, 12 step meetings, family work as appropriate and aftercare/outpatient services.
Job Skills Training
We help our clients assess their strengths and opportunities for improvement. We help them engage in job skills development, with vocational and academic training as needed. Our program includes job search skills, interviewing skills and resume writing, vocational training, and GED course/testing
Through a uniquie partnership with the Broward County Schools, we provide a teacher onsite to help our clients earn their GED. This program opens doors for our clients and increases their employability and self-sufficiency.
Robert J. Nichols
Robert Nichols and Associates
Thomas J. Carr III
Mental Health Association
Glorida J. Battle
City Commissioner, Deerfield Beach
Broward Regional Health Planning Council, Inc.
Broward Sheriff Office
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.