House of Hope
House of Hope is a non-profit organization providing substance use disorders treatment, education, and prevention services throughout Utah since 1946.
House of Hope’s mission is to provide addiction recovery, and behavioral health services that help reclaim and rebuild lives, strengthen families, instill accountability, and promote personal growth.
Residential, day treatment, intensive outpatient, and outpatient substance use disorders treatment is provided for women, pregnant women, and mothers with children. The House of Hope is located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah and serves women from Salt Lake County and other areas of the state. House of Hope also serves women with co-occurring mental health disorders. Children go to the Hope Center for Children while their mothers attend treatment. Here they receive therapeutic day treatment services.
Residential substance use disorders treatment for women, pregnant women, and mothers with children is provided at the House of Hope, located in southeastern Provo, Utah. The program serves women from Utah County, central, and southern Utah. House of Hope in Provo also serves women with co-occurring mental health disorders. Children attend therapeutic day treatment services while their mothers are in treatment.