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New Year, New Beginnings: The Nesting Place

House of Hope is delighted to announce the launch of the Nesting Place campaign! Set to open in 2021, the Nesting Place will be an extension of House of Hope services to provide expecting mothers and mothers with newborns the opportunity to create healthy, safe, and stable lives for themselves and their children.

Within the next nine months, House of Hope intends to raise $1,000,000.00 to purchase property and help with startup costs. We need your help to make our goal. Any financial contribution helps, but there are other ways to help, too!

Serving Utah Families Since 1946!

House of Hope is a private, non-profit organization offering residential, day treatment, and outpatient substance use disorders treatment for adult women. Services are offered at seven facilities located in Salt Lake City and Provo.

Our mission is treating substance use disorders, rebuilding lives, strengthening families, and empowering women.

If you are seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, click below to learn about the admissions process. We are here to help you find hope.

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Our Staff

Our team is dedicated to fulfilling our mission to provide substance use disorder recovery and behavioral health services to women rebuilding their lives and strengthening their families.

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National Women Physicians Day: Marcela Smid

February 3, 2020

In celebration of National Women Physician Day, House of Hope would like to honor the lifelong medical efforts of Dr. Marcela C. Smid, board-certified Maternal Fetal Medicine and Addiction Medicine physician at the University of Utah. Specializing in Maternal Fetal Medicine in Salt Lake City, Dr. Smid has devoted her career to the research of […]