House of Hope, Inc.
1034 Harrisburg Pike
Columbus, OH 43223
Phone: (614) 276-4840
Fax: (614) 276-4746
The House of Hope offers services that are designed to meet the individual needs of men and women to recover from alcohol and drug dependency or abuse.
Our Outpatient Program services are designed to minimize disruptions to work and educational opportunities by allowing participants to meet at convenient hours.
Intake appointments are scheduled on a first come first serve basis by calling the Intake Coordinator at 276-4840. The best time to call is Monday morning. An assessment will be completed to determine the appropriate level of care. A variety of different programs are available.
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The Program Provides:
- Group and Individual Counseling
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Case Management / Referral Services
- Women’s Specific Group
- Family Group
-Deaf / Hearing Impaired Services
For Intake call:
Awareness Group :
Individuals who meet criteria for early intervention due to high risk use or abuse of drugs or alcohol qualify for our Awareness Group. This program is geared toward increasing knowledge of drug and alcohol problem behavior. This group also helps each individual to evaluate their own drug or alcohol use and consequences.
Intensive Outpatient Program:
Those with more significant issues including substance dependence qualify for our Intensive Outpatient Program. The sessions are held three times per week. Participants are also involved in individual sessions with their counselor.
To help our clients remain drug and alcohol free on a long term basis, completion of IOP is followed by relapse prevention group.
The House of Hope has recognized a community need for specialized treatment for women suffering from alcohol/drug problems sometimes combined with issues such as depression, anxiety, family and relationship problems among others.
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helps people stop hurting self with drinking alcohol too much or using drugs. That is a disease, not the person's fault. We learn to live positive and enjoy life from counseling, art, video and theatre activities.
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V/TTY 614-276-4950 VP 614-429-1319 866-811-1618