Outpatient Services for Men and Women
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:
The best time to call is Monday morning. An assessment will be completed to determine the appropriate level of care.
Our outpatient services include
Outpatient Treatment Services
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Services (IOP)
Supported Employment Services
On-site Access to VIVITROL
When you come to your first appointment, please bring the following:
- Please bring your Medicaid card so that we can make a copy. If you don’t have the card, the billing number will do. In addition to Ohio Medicaid, there are now five Medicaid insurance carriers, CareSource, Molina, United Health Care, Paramount Advantage, & Buckeye.
- Proof of your current residence. If your ID has an old address, you will need to bring the ID plus something else (one of these; Utility bill, tax documentation with current address, etc.)
- If you are employed, please bring Proof of Income (one of these; check stub, tax documentation, social security statement, child support statement, alimony statement, etc.). If you are unemployed, please bring a Letter of Support from whoever is supporting you (family member, friend). Please also bring proof of residence information for the supporting person.
If you do not have Proof of Residence and Proof of Income or a Letter of Support, we will not be able to do the assessment, and we will have to reschedule your appointment.