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Our vision is to help people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction find the hope that only Jesus Christ can bring. We seek salvation for those that some would say are beyond hope. Hope Center Ministries is not just about getting sober, but about helping these men and women find a new life in Jesus. Through designated phases of support, residents work through the challenges in their lives, deal with root-issues, and journey forwards with newfound hope. With this new hope, people can rediscover who they really are, without the baggage of their lives dragging them backward. Using a recognized, Christian-based 12-step program, residents can rediscover the joy of living and find freedom in their everyday lives. During their stay at the Hope Center, the residents are also required to work through several Bible-based curriculum, as well as participate in daily devotions and bible studies. We have a variety of experienced leaders and people from the surrounding communities that take part in these studies. The goal of this practice is to show our residents that only the word of God truly has the power to renew the mind.




The Hope Center Ministries Disciple Residency Program is designed to be an 8-12 month drug and alcohol recovery program that offers faith-based teaching and vocational training to help relieve its residents from the control of alcohol and drugs, while simultaneously preparing residents for stable and sober assimilation back into society. While the recommended stay for each resident is 8-12 months, setbacks can occur and cause longer stays in any of the individual phases, which results in a longer overall program. The HCM Program is split into 3 primary phases, each of which is described in greater detail below.   


Length of Phase

6 weeks

This phase includes intensive classroom time, which allows residents an opportunity to enjoy thorough bible studies and regular mentoring sessions, as well as study a wide variety of

bible-based curriculum. This allows residents 45 days to focus on the core issues of their alcoholism and/or drug addiction. Our leadership team assists residents in mapping out a plan to live free from addiction and helps residents discover God's purpose in their lives.


Length of Phase

20 Weeks

(8-month program)


38 Weeks

(12-month program)

This phase is designed to help residents learn the responsibilities and importance of living a productive life through 40 hour per week vocational training. In addition to learning how to take on responsibilities in a supportive environment, residents have a great opportunity to establish relationships with the vocational training providers to which they are assigned and from which they have received training.  This provides opportunities for them when they leave the program in terms of job-skills, potential references or even a chance to gain meaningful employment upon completion. In addition to morning and afternoon meetings, Bible studies, and one on ones, residents learn life skills, job skills, and a strong work ethic. Completing this phase is integral to reaching the goal of long-term life-change for residents.


24-Hour Supervision

Christian Discipleship

Group Sessions

Urine Drug Screening

Court Liaison Services

Faith-Based Support Groups

Individual Mentoring

Family Support Group

Transportation & Housing

Case Management

Continuing Support Plan

After Care Plan

Celebrate Recovery Curriculum


Weekends at a Hope Center revolve around family involvement and activities that teach the residents how to enjoy life without the use of drugs and alcohol.

Each center provides activities such as gym membership, bowling, movies, spa days, and more.

*All activities are supervised by Hope Center Staff.

Family Support

We understand how overwhelming it can be to have a loved one in the program. HCM wants to focus on more than just the resident – we want to help family members through this process. We understand that healing needs to take place within the family unit as well. It is important for loved ones to join residents on this journey.

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