Testimonials

We cannot thank you and everyone at Hope Homes enough. Your team and efforts were a vital part of our daughter’s next step and continued success. In an area where success sits on the edge of a razor Hope Homes gave her a strong and solid foothold to go forward. We will always be thankful.

Grateful parents of former Atlanta Women's Resident

“Thank you so much for all the wonderful help. I am very fortunate to have received it.”

Former Atlanta Women's Resident

Hope Homes saved my life.

Former Charlotte Men's Resident

The structure of Hope Homes was really helpful to me. I enjoyed my time here; it gave me a new life!

Former Charlotte Women's Resident

Hope Homes works for people who want recovery and engage with the group and counselors. I would recommend the program to anyone. I cannot say enough about the supportive nature of this program.

Former Atlanta Women's Resident

The most helpful part of the Hope Homes program was the accountability of checking in with counselors and the one on one check ins. I will hold Hope Homes in a special part in my heart.

Former Atlanta Women's Resident

I am reminded that my level of willingness was most beneficial to the level of results I’ve achieved at Hope Homes. I personally attribute a large portion of my success to the Hope Homes staff, their program as defined by the program of AA and the manner in which they live it on a daily basis, and their hopes for all their residents to come to live it!

Former Atlanta Women's Resident

Hope Homes is the best place I have ever lived. This program has changed me in so many ways. Thank you!

Former Charlotte Women's Resident

I could not have asked for better counselors. Thanks for the foundation I gained while being at Hope Homes for 6 months. It truly was great!

Former Atlanta Men's Resident

My recovery has improved tremendously while living at Hope Homes. My counselor helped me tremendously through some trying times. She is a great asset to Hope Homes!

Former Charlotte Women's Resident

I will always be grateful to Hope Homes. I learned how to make recovery a part of my life.

Former Atlanta Women's Resident

I wanted to stay clean, and I finally accepted that I needed long-term help. I required the support and daily contact with other recovering individuals, and Hope Homes seemed ideal.

Former Greenville Women's Resident

It was at Hope Homes that I really began applying myself to the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Being able to work the 12 steps allowed me to have a spiritual awakening.

Former Atlanta Men's Resident