Hope Homes believes in providing high quality, professional care to our residents. To ensure that we are providing the highest quality of care, we are active members of the following associations:
National Association of Recovery Residences
NARR Mission Statement – “The National Association of Recovery Residences promotes a recovery-oriented continuum of care for those with substance use disorders by credentialing recovery residences that implement empirically-based recovery principles and practice standards.”
- Charter Member, 2011
- NARR Levels of Support 1 – 3
Georgia Association of Recovery Residences
Philosophy of GARR: “We believe in a high quality of care for chemically dependent individuals and other persons needing recovery residence services. We believe that this can best be achieved through the creation and maintenance of standards designed for that purpose. We further believe that all people have the right to recover in an atmosphere which meets their special needs as well as their basic needs for safety, dignity and respect.”
- Charter Member, 1997
Recovery Residences of the Carolinas
RROC Vision Statement: “Recovery Residents of the Carolinas seeks to ensure a standard of excellence among its members thus becoming the trusted resource for both professionals looking to provide addiction recovery services and for persons in need of addiction recovery services to find each other wherever they are in the continuum of care.”
- Charter Member, 2012
The Tennessee Alliance of Recovery Residences (TN-ARR), a 501(c)(3) Organization, was established to evaluate and monitor quality of care in the rapidly growing field of addiction recovery related services in the state of Tennessee.
TN-ARR is committed to maintaining quality standards in the recovery residences of Tennessee.
National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
NAATP Mission Statement: “NAATP’s mission is to provide leadership, advocacy, training and other member support services to assure the continued availability and highest quality of addiction treatment.”