We are thankful you are looking for help for you or a loved one!

We want you to know there is hope and freedom for you in Him. God is offering you a new beginning!

Step One

A willingness to find help! Are you willing to invest the needed time and effort into your life to finally get the freedom you need? The Women’s Hope Home is specifically designed to address the needs of women who are addicted to drugs, alcohol and bound by other life-controlling habits.

You are precious in the sight of God and He can change your life! Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you; plans to give you a hope and a future.”

Step Two

Fill out the online application to begin the Intake process. Remember we want to help you so be honest as you can with us during the 10 minute phone interview. After that conversation, we will be able to assess your needs and help you!



While you are in this home, you are going to find yourself challenged in many areas of your life, as you take responsibility as part of the Hope Home Family, and as you begin to read God’s Word. Through our family and Christ’s example, you will discover many wonderful and exciting principles that will help you to live a productive life in Christ.

We will provide you with an atmosphere of love and support in which you will be able to learn about God and get to know Him intimately. We are committed to serving you, teaching you, and helping you to find strength and love in your relationship with Jesus Christ.  Please feel free to share your hurts, needs and concerns with us, because we are here for you. We will become like a family to you!

Our program is founded on a family concept, which is designed to show you a new way of life—a life that is filled with great hope, joy and a wonderful future. As you apply yourself, we believe your life will be changed forever.  The program is designed to increasingly challenge you and strengthen your Christian life.

It is our desire that our Home be a place that is characterized and directed by Christian principles and values, not rules. As family members, we must love one another, demonstrate respect and cooperation, and meet the requirements, which are critical to our progress and the effectiveness of the Home.


  1. We will treat everyone with dignity and respect.
  2. We will not complain.
  3. We will always be a part of the solution, not the problem.
  4. Our relationships will be guided by 1 Corinthians 12:12-27  Equal in relationship; different in function.
  5. We will support each one’s potential and giftedness.
  6. We will give superior service and do everything with excellence.


As you prepare to come to the Hope Home, here are guidelines that will help you plan what to bring. If you don’t have these items, don’t worry! We have a clothing closet and personal care products to ensure your needs are met.


Our dress code is “modest, feminine, clean and neat”.

  • Maximum of 2 suitcases of clothing. Suitcase must fit inside the other suitcase for storage.
  • Church and chapel clothing – dresses, skirts, dress pants. Skirt length is not to be shorter than the top of the knee. Slits in skirts are to be at your knee or longer.
  • Shirts and sweaters are to cover your back and belly. No low cut tops.
  • Learning Center attire –nice jeans or skirt, sweaters, shirts. Sweats and t-shirts for free time.
  • Pants and jeans are not to be tight, and cannot be ripped or holey. Leggings are allowed if worn under a dress or skirt.
  • Modest sleepwear – nothing see-through, please. No thong panties – bring briefs or regular bikini underwear only.
  • Clothing is not to have obscene language or secular messaging. Anything representing tobacco, drugs, alcohol, secular music or racism is not permitted.
  • Body piercing is not permitted, except ear piercing in lower lobe.
  • Please do not bring clothing that cannot be washed and dried (no dry cleaning)


  • Clock, CD player with no radio, Christian CD’s
  • NIV Bible (Old and New Testament) Pens, paper, highlighters
  • Please bring identification – example: Photo ID, birth certificate, Social Security card
  • Medication. (If you are on an approved prescription medication, please bring in a 1-month supply. Also, please arrange with your doctor to have 2 refills available, if possible)
  • Over-the-counter medication, such as Tylenol, IBU or Loratadine (non-drowsy) for colds/allergies
  • Stationery, envelopes and stamps
  • Umbrella
  • Towels, shampoo, soap, aerosol hairspray (no non-aerosol), make-up, toothpaste, toothbrush. If you bring perfume it must be in a container in which the lid cannot be removed.


  • Cell phone, iPod, mp3 or computer
  • NA/AA books. Only Christian books are allowed.
  • Nicotine gum or patches
  • Burned CD’s
  • Food (You may have hard candy)
  • Mouthwash
  • Playing cards
  • Benadryl or sleep aids, including Melatonin