"Before coming to the House of Hope, my life was about getting my next drug or drink. Now my focus is being of services to others instead of just thinking about myself. I have a whole new view of life now ..."

— Kyle Harden

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House of Hope Remains Open for Services

At the House of Hope, the health and safety of our clients and staff is our first priority. In response to the developments around coronavirus (COVID-19), the House of Hope is taking several precautions to protect our clients, employees, and community members. Here are some of the adjustments that we have made to our services to provide continuity of care and comply with all recommendations and orders issued by public health and government officials:
  • Our residential program, recovery residences, and outpatient program are continuing to take new clients. All incoming clients will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19, and anyone presenting with symptoms or specific risk factors will be redirected to appropriate public health authorities and/or medical providers.
  • Clients in our residential program and recovery residences are not permitted to exercise home passes, receive visitors, or attend community-based 12-step meetings at this time. Our staff is working to diversify program and household activities so that clients can remain engaged and focused on recovery.
  • Outpatient services will continue as planned, though outpatient clients will also be screened for symptoms of COVID-19. Our outpatient clients will not be required to attend community-based 12-step meetings as part of programming, and they will be encouraged to utilize online resources for sober support.
  • We are currently implementing government-approved telehealth options for our clients to reduce the need for in-person counseling sessions.
  • We will continue to monitor our staff and clients for symptoms of COVID-19. Any client or staff potentially impacted by this virus will be required to contact their medical provider and/or public health officials accordingly.
  • We are suspending our outreach services at Reeb Avenue until further notice.
Please call us at 614-291-4691 if you have any questions about this information

House of Hope, Inc. provides alcohol and other drug treatment services to those who are most in need, so that they may maximize their potential, become productive members of society, and enjoy those gifts of life that are available in sobriety.

Since 1959, the House of Hope has provided a safe place for residents of Franklin County, Ohio to find a way to live new, sober, and productive lives.

The House of Hope, Inc. is funded by the Franklin County ADAMH Board, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, the Columbus Foundation, the Franklin County Department of Jobs and Family Services, and generous private donors. Client payment is based on a sliding fee scale. Most of our clients qualify for no or reduced charges for our services.

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Our Services

House of Hope offers a variety of services for individuals in recovery, including structured residential treatment, recovery residences, outpatient educational opportunities, medical assisted therapy and more.

Capital Campaign 2019-20

Ohio is in the midst of an opioid epidemic. The need for quality treatment services is overwhelming. House of Hope is prepared to do its part to expand their capacity to help even more people suffering from addiction. To do this we need to raise $1,000,000.

We have raised $930,000 so far. THANK YOU! Help us on our final stretch! Donate Today!

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Whether you or someone you love is either actively in recovery or beginning the process today, the House of Hope offers numerous programs to assist you in your journey.

Please don't hesitate to contact us today.