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FAQ'S

How much does it cost?

The monthly cost is just $700. We realize that sometimes when people have hit rock bottom, even the smallest financial commitment can seem impossible. Hope Center has made efforts and programs to offset costs. We have done everything within our power to make hope a reality for those that need it.

What happens if a resident is struggling or relapses after graduating?

We understand that sometimes the pressures of returning to normal life can be difficult to navigate. Once a resident has successfully completed the program, they are allowed to come back for a free 45 day Reconnect Program. This program is designed to help the graduate re-connect and re-focus on their recovery and relationship with Christ.

How long is the program?

Our program is a minimum of 8 months, and broken into 3 phases. For more information on the program or phases, visit About Hope

What do you mean by "Faith Based" program?

We operate a Christ-centered recovery program based on Celebrate Recovery. Secular programs focus mainly on how to get clean, our program focuses on finding a new identity in Jesus Christ. We learn to overcome our drug & alcohol addictions through our faith.

What is the ultimate goal of Hope Center Ministries?

Our goal is to help others overcome their addictions by restoring hope, restoring lives, and by helping residents realize the love of Christ.

What is the difference between Celebrate Recover & other 12 step programs?

Many 12 step programs focus on a “higher power” or a “god”. These can be a multitude of different things that people choose to find comfort in. The 12 steps of Celebrate Recovery acknowledge Jesus Christ as that higher power & implements biblical comparisons of the 12 steps.

How can families learn more about the program?

There are several ways families can find out what's going on, including Friday family support times and Sunday church services visitation. Every campus page on our site has a weekly schedule of when families can be with residents. If you don't see what you're looking  for, feel free to get in touch with the Campus Director for times and locations of meetings. Here is a campus directory.

What personal items do they need?

Residents will only need clothing and toiletries, all else is provided.

Can residents have medication?

Residents may have certain prescription & over the counter medications that are approved by staff.

Can residents have reading material/music?

Residents may have non-secular books, magazines, etc.  All reading materials/music must be approved by staff.

Can residents make phone calls?

Yes, residents are eligible after the initial 30 day focus period. Their phone passes must first be approved by a staff member.

Can residents receive mail?

Yes, residents may receive & send mail upon arrival. For their safety and the preservation of the resident's recovery, all mail must be opened with a staff member present. Here is a directory of our campuses.

Can residents have their own vehicle?

No, residents may not have their own personal vehicle.

How much does it cost?

The monthly cost is just $700. We realize that sometimes when people have hit rock bottom, even the smallest financial commitment can seem impossible. Hope Center has made efforts and programs to offset costs. We have done everything within our power to make hope a reality for those that need it.

What happens if a resident is struggling or relapses after graduating?

We understand that sometimes the pressures of returning to normal life can be difficult to navigate. Once a resident has successfully completed the program, they are allowed to come back for a free 45 day Reconnect Program. This program is designed to help the graduate re-connect and re-focus on their recovery and relationship with Christ.

How long is the program?

Our program is a minimum of 8 months, and broken into 3 phases. For more information on the program or phases, visit About Hope

What do you mean by "Faith Based" program?

We operate a Christ-centered recovery program based on Celebrate Recovery. Secular programs focus mainly on how to get clean, our program focuses on finding a new identity in Jesus Christ. We learn to overcome our drug & alcohol addictions through our faith.

What is the ultimate goal of Hope Center Ministries?

Our goal is to help others overcome their addictions by restoring hope, restoring lives, and by helping residents realize the love of Christ.

What is the difference between Celebrate Recover & other 12 step programs?

Many 12 step programs focus on a “higher power” or a “god”. These can be a multitude of different things that people choose to find comfort in. The 12 steps of Celebrate Recovery acknowledge Jesus Christ as that higher power & implements biblical comparisons of the 12 steps.

How can families learn more about the program?

There are several ways families can find out what's going on, including Friday family support times and Sunday church services visitation. Every campus page on our site has a weekly schedule of when families can be with residents. If you don't see what you're looking  for, feel free to get in touch with the Campus Director for times and locations of meetings. Here is a campus directory.

What personal items do they need?

Residents will only need clothing and toiletries, all else is provided.

Can residents have medication?

Residents may have certain prescription & over the counter medications that are approved by staff.

Can residents have reading material/music?

Residents may have non-secular books, magazines, etc.  All reading materials/music must be approved by staff.

Can residents make phone calls?

Yes, residents are eligible after the initial 30 day focus period. Their phone passes must first be approved by a staff member.

Can residents receive mail?

Yes, residents may receive & send mail upon arrival. For their safety and the preservation of the resident's recovery, all mail must be opened with a staff member present. Here is a directory of our campuses.

Can residents have their own vehicle?

No, residents may not have their own personal vehicle.

Does Hope Center Ministries accept insurance?

No, we do not accept insurance.