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Client Perspective: Emily’s Story

May 24, 2019

I began using drugs the summer before my 9th grade year. None of my friends had parental supervision, and neither did I. Between the ages of 15-17, several traumatic events happened in my life that caused me to slip into depression including: a severe car accident, the brutal beating of my brother while our car […]

The Wasatch Women’s Social Club Inspires Hope through Letters of Encouragement

May 23, 2019

This May, the Wasatch Women’s Social Club wrote 104 letters of encouragement for our women. Upon entry into our programs, many of our women feel overwhelmed, afraid and alone as they take the first steps on the road to recovery. To help combat these feelings, House of Hope collects letters of encouragement from community members […]

Discover’s PWIR Brings Resume Building to House of Hope

April 19, 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

April 12, 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 […]

Alumnus of House of Hope Gives Back

March 19, 2019

At House of Hope, we instill the values of community, self-sufficiency, and respect. Our alumnus, Amy, is putting those values into action. Amy works for Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness (USARA) and assists those active in their substance use. On Saturday, she along with other volunteers gave back by providing information, hygiene kits, and […]

A New Face for Admissions

February 5, 2019

House of Hope is always striving to grow and improve, and right now we are revamping our admissions process. Our new Director of Admissions, Julie Jackman, will be announcing more changes over the next few months, but, in the meantime, we’ve implemented a direct email address for the Admissions Department here at House of Hope. […]

Empowering Women with PWIR

December 17, 2018

House of Hope is so excited to announce our new community partner PWIR (Professional Women Impacting Results). PWIR is Discover Card’s employee-led outreach program that focuses on giving women the confidence, knowledge, and tools to be financially successful. Members of PWIR hosted a workshop at House of Hope to teach our women the best ways […]

Celebrating Recovery during the Holidays

December 7, 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 […]

Giving Hope on Giving Tuesday!

November 27, 2018

Celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Giving Tuesday has become a movement to celebrate the generosity of the holiday season. Many people donate the money they saved on those Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. We are so thankful for the ongoing support of the community and their generosity on this wonderful day of giving […]

New Volunteer Opportunities!

November 13, 2018

House of Hope has two new volunteer opportunities available! Bulb Planting The weather may be chilly and the leaves changing, but we are already thinking of spring. We are looking for a volunteer group that would purchase and plant bulbs at our Salt Lake City locations, so when spring comes, our facilities will have beautiful […]