Doors of Hope Mission

Transforming women’s lives within our community

Doors of Hope provides transitional housing and long-term supportive housing to women so that they can rebuild their lives. Our case managers, therapists, and recovery specialists provide a safe, recovery-based environment in which our clients can embark on a journey toward health and wholeness. Our goal is to offer hope as well as help to women who choose to embrace positive values and refocus their lives according to those values, changing their futures from the inside out. In our community, we see reduced recidivism rates as ex-offenders learn to become respectful, responsible, contributing citizens by teaching them values and life skills during incarceration and helping them with re-entry challenges after release.

Positive Reformation

The process of living sober includes recovery meetings, counseling sessions, and building community with people who support the client's decision to get sober.

Mental health counseling

As part of our mental health counseling services, we work with our clients to set goals and develop approaches in addressing emotional issues, improving coping and communication skills, increasing self-esteem, and promoting changes in behavior.

Transitional Housing

Doors of Hope provides a safe, transitional housing environment for women who are justice-involved and who are experiencing homelessness and addiction. Our clients stay in our multiple housing units as we provide them with quality intensive treatment to meet their unique needs over 12 months.

Recovery Coaching

The Recovery coach offers valuable insight to our clients through lived experience in addiction and achieving long-term recovery through the twelve-step process. The recovery coach conducts one-on-one weekly meetings where the clients learn about the recovery process. This includes sponsorship, completing the twelve steps, giving back to others, and how to achieve and maintain long-term recovery.

Job Training and Placement

Statistics show that 67% of those released without assistance will be re-incarcerated within three years. Those who have participated in the Doors of Hope re-entry program for more than six months are reincarcerated at a rate of just 3%, and no one who has stayed with the program for a year or more has ever reoffended. We help with job training and placement and along with resume-building.

How you can help

Fundraisers, generous individuals, and organizations keep our mission alive. Each donation contributes to the success of our programs and the lives of each of our clients.

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