September 25, 2012
There are good reasons that House of Hope is called a Foundation. By combining residential, counseling and sober living opportunities, HoH becomes a virtual "launchpad" for a lasting recovery with a strong foundation. The House of Hope Foundation delivers high quality, affordable treatment to women at every stage of addiction recovery. Its Executive and Board leadership adeptly blend revenue from private pay and government-funded treatment, however care for each woman responds to her individual need, not to the funding source supporting it. In my professional experience as a program development specialist and grant proposal writer, I know the research-validated critical value of gender-specific treatment. Women, especially those coping with past trauma and domestic violence, which comprise a large proportion with addiction problems, need a nurturing environment with others who understand her specific needs and who support and understand her. I highly recommend The House of Hope Foundation for its integrity, sound leadership, mission-driven accomplishments, flexibility to learn and grow, and ultimately, for its success in delivering the highest quality of care for women coping with substance use and mental disorders.
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