Addiction Treatment That Rebuilds Lives
House of Hope is a non-profit organization celebrating over 50 years of providing hope and healing to men and women who suffer from substance use disorder and some with co-occurring mental illness in and around Broward County. Serving nearly 600 individuals and their families annually, House of Hope provides both residential and outpatient addiction treatment at its men’s and its women’s campuses, both located in Fort Lauderdale.
The majority of House of Hope’s clients are indigent or come from homelessness or correctional facilities (most often for non-violent offenses related to their addiction). Programming currently includes residential treatment for up to 42 women and 96 men. House of Hope’s services include but are not limited to individual counseling, group therapy, psycho-educational groups, on-site GED instruction, job skills classes and vocational trainings – all offered in a group living environment focused on recovery. House of Hope now supports clients receiving medicated-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals adjusting to medical treatment through a short-term residency program. House of Hope also offers outpatient treatment services for clients upon discharge. House of Hope is committed to providing an evidence-based, recovery-oriented system of care for all clients, regardless of their financial circumstances.
House of Hope provides the tools to achieve recovery from addiction and address mental health issues, while transforming lives, families and communities. We provide hope for the future and healing to those in need of a second chance.