Center Category: Rehab Centers
Hope Homes provide adult male and female clients supportive, peer-group focused, and safe sober living facilities that emphasize structure and accountability. Hope Homes clients are housed in premier apartment complexes.
What distinguishes this Atlanta, Georgia based Hope Homes from other facilities is that these homes are staffed 24/7. Hope also gives clinical services like 12-step meetings, individual sessions, in-house group sessions that aren’t provided by other sober living houses. Family counseling and employment guidance are also offered at these houses.
Hope has developed a unique “Recovery Tracks,” program which addresses requirements of specific groups in their residences – young adults (18 to 26), adults (26-54), elders (54+), women with children, professionals, and people requiring dual diagnosis support.
Hope Homes’ gender-specific residences are smallish apartment complexes located in residential neighborhoods. Hope Homes’ Atlanta location, opened in 1996, is the organization’s flagship. The Atlanta facility house around 60 to 80 adults and college students trying to have a sober lifestyle while undergoing the rigors of school. Each apartment houses four residents which help in fostering social and community interaction.
These upscale apartments are large and spacious. Each apartment has double occupancy rooms and two full bathrooms.
The rooms are furnished with twin beds. Each apartment complex has a large kitchen equipped with modern appliances.
Amenities offered at these houses include high-speed Internet, cable TV, and laundry utilities. There are barbeque and swimming pools in the backyards of these apartments. The men’s residence also features tennis courts and an indoor gym.
Rules and Regulations
Random drug tests are administered by program counselors. Residents who fail these screening are referred to an outside facility for an intensive program.
Residents of Hope Homes have to attend a minimum of 90 12-step sessions in the initial 90 days of the stay. Once this period is over, they have to attend five meetings a week. Additionally, each resident has to obtain a sponsor with whom regular communication has to be maintained. Sexual abstinence is important unless the resident is in a committed relationship before enrolling in the Hope Homes program.
All residents have to keep a productive schedule of their 12-step meetings, job searches, outside therapy sessions, volunteer work, classes, and jobs. At the sober living facilities, residents have to wake up by 9:00 am. By 10:00 am, they have to be out on their way. Residents need to be accountable for their whereabouts and have to stay in regular touch with the staff. Curfew timings during weekdays is 11:30 pm. On weekends, it is 12:30 am.
Residents with dual diagnosis have to continue attending group or individual therapy. If they are in an IOP, they have to continue with the aftercare plans.
As a National Association of Recovery Residences member, Hope Homes can provide Level II (monitored) as well as Level III (supervised) support to residents. Level III offers a higher level of structured care, which allows residents to take the help of additional support groups, family collaboration, education and job support, and fellowship and community meetings.
Residents have to attend the house meeting. If they are unable to, they have to inform the counselors beforehand.
Program fees are expected to be paid on time, either weekly once or monthly once.
Residents need to make a refundable sobriety deposit of $500 when they enroll in the program.
Approximately $1,800 (30 days, Level II); $2,400 (Level III).
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