Our Program

HOPE stands for the House of Prayer and Evangelization, a healing community.  It is a model of healing which utilizes psycho-spiritual and community approach to changing behavior and imparting Gospel values to residents who suffer from mild to moderate degrees of substance addictions and other problems pertaining to behavior.  It features informal and casual environment with a distinct communal environment.  It promotes shared responsibility of residents that define their status and scope of responsibility for maintaining the healing community.  It provides a safe environment with established norms, values, and rules that establish boundaries and expectations.  There is a daily structured program of activities that include arrangements for maintaining and developing the community as well as various formal and informal healing activities.  It also promotes a self-help and mutual help driven healing.

Psycho-Education

Psychoeducation refers to the method of educating individuals who are faced with substance abuse disorders, co-occurring mental health disorders, and dual diagnoses. It is typically used in conjunction with other approaches of group-based therapies and cognitive-behavioral treatments.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is “help given by one Christian to another which enables that person to pay attention to God’s personal communication to him or her, to respond to this personally communicating God, to grow in intimacy with this God, and to live out the consequences of the relationship.” (William A. Barry and William J. Connolly, The Practice of Spiritual Direction)

Livelihood Training

Livelihood programs seek to improve the state of life of the low-income sector by giving jobs and business chances, health care access, and other forms of assistance. These programs aim to enhance community capacity to address the issues of poverty of recovering persons.

Addiction Recovery Coaching

Recovery coaching is a form of strength-based support for individuals with addictions, especially for individuals with a drug or alcohol dependence.  The primary job of a recovery coach is to help their clients maintain sobriety by helping them identify triggers, create coping strategies, find resources, help them make decisions that support their sobriety, navigate their newfound life in sobriety, and provide accountability in helping them reach their goals. 

Family Recovery Coaching

A Family Recovery Coach is someone who helps those affected by the addiction and recovery of another through their own recovery process.

Healing Relationships

Healing relationships focus on creating a space where balance and harmony exist so that the healing process will be supported. Healing relationships recognize that the emotional and spiritual well being of the people in the relationship are of paramount importance in the support of healing.

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