Residential Treatment – Salt Lake City
Residential treatment services for women with substance use disorders. House of Hope has four residential facilities located in downtown Salt Lake City where women and their children live while they participate in House of Hope’s residential program.
Outpatient Treatment – Salt Lake City
House of Hope offers day treatment and intensive outpatient care to women with substance use disorders at our Salt Lake City treatment facility. Treatment typically occurs Monday through Friday on site. Schedules are determined by individual need for treatment services. Each client receives a care team with a case manager, therapist, and children’s case manager, if applicable. All treatment is individualized to ensure our clients receive the best treatment to build success in recovery.
Hope Center for Children – Salt Lake City
The Hope Center for Children – Salt Lake City provides developmental and therapeutic childcare for the children (ages 0-8) of residential women receiving treatment at House of Hope. We also provide parent/child counseling, hands-on parenting coaching, parenting skill instruction, and supervised visitations for mothers working to be reunited with their children in custody of the Department of Children and Family Services. Contact our admissions team to learn more about the Hope Center for Children and other treatment services offered at House of Hope!
Residential Treatment – Provo
Women and children’s residential treatment services for adult women with substance use disorders. House of Hope Provo is located in Utah County at the base of the Wasatch Front.
Outreach & Aftercare – Salt Lake City
House of Hope strives to maintain a strong connection with alumni from its programs. Our aftercare program helps provide a safe place for women to continue growing in their recovery process and receive peer support in sobriety. Aftercare is typically held at House of Hope’s main office in Salt Lake City. House of Hope alumni from our residential and/or outpatient treatment program are welcome and encouraged to attend.