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Salt Lake City’s 2019 Recovery Day – “Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger”

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September 16th, 2019

On September 14th, 2019, bright smiles and shining faces—glimmering with a sparkle of hope in their eyes piled into the Gallivan Center in the early morning sun to prepare for an event of local healing and empowerment. In its annual celebration, Salt Lake City Recovery Day welcomed 80 booth-holders from a variety of sponsors, vendors, […]

Annual Summer Party to Celebrate House of Hope Staff

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June 18th, 2019

House of Hope is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year with staff that work days, nights, weekends, and holidays to help women navigate the challenges of early recovery. To celebrate all they do and their commitment to helping the women we serve, House of Hope threw their annual staff summer party on […]

Mother’s Day at House of Hope

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May 28th, 2019

Mother’s Day can be a challenging day for many of our women. Some are learning to parent a newborn, some are working hard to repair broken trust, and some do not have custody of their children. That doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be a special day to celebrate. We were so fortunate to have Rotary Club […]

Discover’s PWIR Brings Resume Building to House of Hope

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April 19th, 2019

This week, House of Hope was proud to welcome Discover’s Professional Women Impacting Results (PWIR) back program for a resume building session. PWIR is an outreach program designated to empower women to achieve financial and career success. In December, they brought financial literacy to our clientele. The tools and strategies PWIR has taught our clientele […]

2019 Legacy Luncheon

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April 12th, 2019

House of Hope alumni, board members, current clients, and staff came together to celebrate recovery. Celebrations included vocals from the House of Hope choir, remarks from House of Hope executive director Lisa Heaton, and moving speeches from program alumni. Even Mayor Biskupski stopped by to celebrate with us! After the program, attendees had lunch while catching […]

Celebrating Recovery during the Holidays

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December 7th, 2018

The holidays can be an especially difficult time for those in recovery. House of Hope’s Aftercare program brought together our alumni to celebrate the holidays and recovery on December 7th. Our Kitchen Manager, Laura Hubych, along with those currently in treatment prepared a delicious feast including ham, funeral potatoes, and Christmas beverages. Alumni donated stuffed […]

A Fangtastic Halloween at House of Hope

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November 8th, 2018

The House of Hope treatment center was taken over by dinosaurs, mermaids, fairies, and so many other spooky characters on Halloween. Heidie Jorgenson, our Residential Services Coordinator, threw a Halloween bash to remember. Children and adults alike enjoyed a dance party, games, and yummy treats. After the festivities, children trick or treated at our staff’s […]

Happy Birthday House of Hope!

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September 25th, 2018

What better way to celebrate 72 years of service than with a birthday party? Staff, current clients, alumni, and Board of Trustees members came together in celebration of all the work House of Hope has done and continues to do. Lisa Heaton, our Executive Director, kicked off the celebration with a brief speech followed by […]

Salt Lake City Alumni Summer Party

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August 22nd, 2018

On August 17th, we celebrated our Annual Alumni Summer Party. Alumni and their loved ones gathered at Murray Aquatic Center to socialize and enjoy the refreshing outdoor swimming pool. House of Hope provided delicious pizza and appetizers. A special thank you to McKell, our outreach and aftercare specialist. She did a fantastic job organizing the […]

Celebrating Provo Alumni

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August 22nd, 2018

In early August, House of Hope celebrated our first Annual Provo House of Hope Family Summer Party. Alumni and their loved ones gathered to enjoy food, fellowship, and fun. House of Hope provided treats like watermelon and cotton candy which the children especially enjoyed. Alumni and their children left their mark by adding their handprints to a canvas […]