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House of Hope Provo - Zoe's Story

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Uploaded on Jan 5, 2012

The House of Hope is a non-profit organization that has provided statewide substance abuse treatment services since for 65 years. The House of Hope's Salt Lake and Provo programs are gender-specific programs that provide substance abuse treatment services to women, pregnant women and mothers with children. Mothers in need of substance abuse treatment services can bring their children (under age 8) into treatment with them at the House of Hope.

The House of Hope in Salt Lake City provides residential treatment for up to 45 women and 45 children daily, and serves up to 40 outpatient/day treatment women and 25 of their children daily. The Hope Center for Children can serve up to 75 children daily whose mothers attend the House of Hope programs. The House of Hope in Provo provides residential treatment for up to 16 women and 28 children daily.

House of Hope Therapists and Case Managers provide caring, best-practice treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. Treatment is focused on the biological, psychological, and social causes of addiction, and is holistic in nature. Services include group, individual and family therapy; group and individual behavior management; substance abuse education; relapse prevention; life skills; communication skills; anger management; and trauma groups. Parents in the program are taught positive parenting skills aimed at rebuilding and strengthening the parent/child attachment relationship. Case managers link each mother and child to needed community services, including medical care, educational/vocational training, children's resources, mental health resources, housing, and others. Aftercare services are provided for the women. Children's Services focus on strengthening each child developmentally and linking them to community resources.

The House of Hope also operates Serenity House, in Ogden, Utah, a coed, adult substance abuse treatment facility providing residential and outpatient treatment. Serenity House includes a sober living home for men who have completed treatment.

If you know someone who needs help in overcoming their addictions, call the House of Hope Admission Coordinator, Kristine Moore at (801) 487-3276 ext. 1201.

If you would like to donate to the House of Hope programs, please call Kelly Housley, Administrative Assistant at 801-487-3276, ext. 1213, who would be happy to help you, or visit our website at www.houseofhopeut.org and look at donation opportunities.

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