Our Mentors, Life Skills Instructors and Board Members are all volunteers. Let us know if you’d like to volunteer with Hope’s Landing.
Our men and women need employment and job skills if they are to contribute to society, support their families and provide for themselves.
We receive no government support; therefore, until our residents gain employment, your donations help pay for the utilities and maintenance of our homes each month.
Sober Living Homes
Sober Living Facilities or Homes (SLH) provide safe, sober, supportive and accountable places for those in recovery to heal physically, mentally, spiritually and socially in a caring, family environment.
Hope’s Landing homes help those in recovery transition back into today’s society by helping each resident to foresee, prepare and practice the skills needed to succeed.
Hope’s Landing homes support individuals with their Life Skills such as employment responsibilities, decision making, planning, budgeting, child care and reaching goals that enables residents to gain confidence in their abilities.
Our mentors, AA/NA sponsors and the house family provide a spirit of family and caring.
Our homes prevent isolation that leads to anxiety and depression which can lead to relapse.
Hope’s Landing homes require a Community Service perspective. An attitude of good citizenship and giving back to the community is incorporated into recovery.
Sober Living Facilities statistics* show long term sobriety to be between 68%-78% for those who stay the recommended time.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares The Lord.
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(701) 690- 6413