At Our Hope, we know that each woman’s recovery is a lifelong journey. We are here to help as you embark on your journey with a lifetime of support, both formal and informal. We encourage all of the women we have served to take full advantage of the services listed below and to know that we are just a phone call or an email away if you’d like to stay in contact with any of the Staff members who grew to care so much about you during your time with us.Special Continuing Care Services for Our Hope Alumnae
- 18 months of free phone- or web-based support with your primary Therapist following completion of either Residential or Intensive Outpatient Treatment. Please call the office or contact us on-line if you’d like to make arrangements for this service.
- Ongoing individual therapy with your primary Therapist is available to women who have completed Residential or Intensive Outpatient Treatment. The specifics of this service are usually arranged at the time of discharge when you and your Therapist develop your personalized Continuing Care Plan.
- Participation in a bi-weekly Recovery Principles Group held at the Residence every other Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. free of charge for Alumnae and women currently in Treatment at Our Hope.
As you learned during Treatment at Our Hope, our work is grounded in the 12-Step philosophy. You probably attended meetings in the Carriage House while you were in Treatment and we want to encourage you to continue to attend these meetings as often as you are able. This is so important, not only to help you on your continuing journey to recovery, but also for the other women in these meetings who can learn so much from you.
- Weekly Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings are held in the Carriage House every Tuesday from 12:00-1:00 p.m., welcoming all women currently in Treatment at Our Hope, as well as Alumnae like you, and other recovering women in the community.
- Monthly Alcoholics Anonymous Speaker’s Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month in the Carriage House at 7:00 p.m., welcoming all women currently in Treatment at Our Hope, as well as Alumnae, and other recovering women in the community.
Interested in giving back to Our Hope?
Many of Our Hope’s Alumnae ask if there is anything they can do to give back to this wonderful organization. Your gift of time, talent and/or treasure would be very much appreciated. Please click here if you are interested in making a donation on-line, or if you'd like to donate by mail or in person, click here. If you would like to donate something the Staff has identified as a real need, please take a look at our Wish List. We are always looking for volunteers to serve many needs. If you think this might be something you are interested in, please click on our Get Involved page, call or contact us on-line. We’d love to hear from you and welcome you once again with open arms.
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