Providing alcohol and drug treatment services since 1962
Houses of Hope provides cost-effective substance use and related mental health treatment and support services in numerous programs.
Houses of Hope operates three halfway house facilities. Each provides an alcohol/drug free transitional living environment for adult males who have completed primary alcohol/drug treatment who need additional support to return to independent living. While in the halfway house, individuals will maintain employment, participate in individual and group counseling, develop skills needed to deal with day-to-day issues and engagement in 12-step recovery groups.
Touchstone, a highly structured short-term residential substance use treatment facility for adults (men and women), is operated in a collaboration between Houses of Hope and CenterPointe. Touchstone offers individual and group counseling, psychotherapy, nursing and case management components. Touchstone addresses substance use and related mental healh issues through both 12-step and cognitive orientation to treatment.
The TASC program is a collaboration between Houses of Hope, Blue Valley Behavioral Health, Lutheran Family Services and The Bridge Behavioral Health. TASC provides Blended Intensive Care Management, Crisis Response Teams, Emergency Community Support and Bilingual Bicultural Service Coordination. Services focus on intervention, stabilization, maintenance and coordination, to support the recovery, health and well being of the persons served, and to reduce symptoms or needs that enhance the quality of life so individuals achieve successful integration into the community. Services are staffed 24/7 and serve both rural and urban areas.