Hope Homes was founded in 1996 by Beth Fisher, who saw a need for affordable, safe homes for men and women in early recovery. She created Hope Homes with the belief that a primary healing agent in recovery is a sense of community. A core value of the Hope Homes program, then and now, is the facilitation of community involvement for the individual resident, both within the immediate Hope Homes group and in the community at large.
Hope Homes remains the leader in comprehensive transitional living homes. We provide a great deal more structure and accountability for our residents than a traditional “half-way” house or transitional living home. Our program has realized unprecedented, documented success in assisting people to maintain a program of long-term recovery. Over time, Hope Homes has evolved to providing Recovery Residences of NARR Levels 1 – 3.
We provide an unprecedented level of support through our unique programming, which includes: