If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, House of Hope can help. We are a privately-owned and well-established treatment center serving Utah since 1946. We offer intensive care programs and treatment services for men, women and children who are struggling with a variety of issues, including depression, substance abuse, domestic violence, anger and more. Our friendly and professional staff provides a caring and compassionate environment for recovery.
Call House of Hope at (888) 849-4859 for more information!
House of Hope works closely with families and patients, providing individualized treatment programs that address core issues and problems. Whether you’re looking for residential, outpatient or day treatment care, our staff will work towards the complete rehabilitation of each patient. Drug abuse and alcoholism ruins lives; don’t wait any longer to seek help - call the House of Hope treatment center at (888) 849-4859 today and take that first step towards a better, brighter future.
We provide quality, scientifically based treatment services that help individuals and their families achieve self-sufficient, drug-free lifestyles, and break the generational cycles of addiction, family violence, and abuse and neglect of children. The House of Hope's offers Women and Children's Programs in Salt Lake City and in Provo. Serenity House, a co-ed adult program, is located in Ogden. Community educational services and DUI Prime for Life classes are also available.
We provide holistic treatment by addressing our clients’ biological, psychological, and social needs. Individualized treatment focuses on recovery issues, such as: domestic violence, abuse, depression and mental health issues, interpersonal skills, employment, social networks and activities, and parenting. The House of Hope Women and Children's Programs also focus on the needs of each child to bring them up to their appropriate developmental levels. All programs provide individualized, assessment–based, treatment plans that focus on each man, woman, or child's treatment goals.
Services include group, individual, and family therapy; life skill classes; parenting classes; drug/alcohol education classes; relapse prevention classes and services; communication skill building; anger management and interpersonal relationship skill building; case management; and, in Salt Lake City and Ogden, aftercare services. The women and children's programs in Provo and Salt Lake City include children's services and treatment planning.
Founded in 1946 as the Utah Alcoholism Foundation, the House of Hope is the oldest provider of alcoholism and chemical dependency treatment and education services in Utah. The House of Hope is a private non-profit organization.
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Effective May 1, 2012