Clinical Services

Mission: “Hope Haven, a foundation of recovery, provides life skills for chemically dependent adults and families within a supportive residential environment, leading to independence.”

 

Our programs are meant to help people in recovery rebuild their lives by providing them with the support services and life skills needed to achieve long term recovery and self-sufficiency. Residents participate in a 90-day training program in the areas of laundry, culinary, catering, or maintenance and then continue on to search for employment with the help of our employment specialists. There are four levels of recovery at Hope Haven. By maintaining employment and working their program, residents can move up in levels, gaining privileges and living a more independent lifestyle. Hope Haven asks for a minimum commitment of six months to our program however, residents can stay for up to two years.

Overview of Clinical Services & Training Programs

Women/Men Levels I & II.

Hope Haven has 60 beds for Men Levels I & II and 30 beds for Women Levels I & II. This program requires a 6 month commitment. After admissions and assessment, new Hope Haven residents are required to:

  • Attend a 5 day orientation class
  • Attend a minimum of four self-help group meetings per week
  • Participate in individual and group counseling sessions as scheduled
  • If applicable, participate in a recommended Hope Haven vocational training program
  • Pay program fees or sliding scale fee if receiving income upon admission
  • Upon training completion, become employed full-time, pay program fees and or, if disabled, volunteer and/or attend school
  • Participate in specialized life skill training and development as applicable
  • Receive affordable housing referrals upon program completion if applicable

Levels III – for all programs

The Level III program provides extended aftercare services for residents for a maximum of 18 months. This program offers continuing support services for up to 60 women and men seeking to continue building a firm recovery foundation. Residents in this program are expected to:

  • Stay in this program for a minimum of nine months with a maximum stay of 18 months
  • Be gainfully employed or a full-time student working part-time
  • Attend a minimum of three self-help group meetings per week
  • Attend individual and group counseling sessions as scheduled
  • Actively work on goals associated with post-Hope Haven independent living

Families Levels I & II

This program serves single parents with children, married couples with children and married couples.  Upon admission into this program, residents are placed in on-site apartment units. Participants in the Families Program:

  • Attend a 5 day orientation class
  • Attend a minimum of four self-help group meetings per week
  • Receive individual, group counseling, and or marriage counseling sessions as scheduled
  • If applicable, participate in a recommended Hope Haven vocational training program
  • Pay program fees or sliding scale fee if receiving income upon admission
  • Upon training completion, become employed full-time, pay program fees and or, if disabled, volunteer and/or attend school
  • Attend parenting classes
  • Attend Monthly Bonding Family Activities
  • Receive family and individual counseling
  • Participate in specialized life skill training and development
  • Receive affordable housing referrals upon program completion

Level IV Independent Living

The Level IV Independent Living Program is located away from the Villages campus and provides affordable and permanent housing for graduates of Hope Haven. Currently, this program houses only men and women is intended for residents who are independent, but still require affordable housing in a substance-free environment.