As a level-2 recovery home, the House of Hope was designed for men seeking safe and transitional housing. Designed in Huron County, local residents are preferred; however, individuals from other counties will be considered dependent upon available space in the home. At this point, we offer two separate homes for five participants in each home.
To qualify to live in the home, participants will have to demonstrate sobriety for thirty days, complete a background check, make arrangements for financial support, and complete a preliminary and formal interview. The application, HIPAA release, rules and requirements can be found below.
Our simple recovery house rules:
If interested in learning more, contact our House Manager, Kevin Carr, at (419) 774 - 9969
Women’s House of Hope is a Level 3 sober living residence in Norwalk, Ohio. Our mission is to help women who are in recovery from drug and alcohol abuse become productive members of their community by providing transitional housing and support.
House of Hope is designed for female participants who are committed to sober living with like-minded persons. Huron County residents are preferred, residents from other counties will be considered on a space available basis. The house has a capacity for eight participants. Anticipated length of stay is one year.
For persons who are in need of Recovery Housing programing the application process is as follows:
If interested in learning more, contact our Site Director, Jessica Dickman, at (419) 512-0811 or email at email@example.com