The House of Hope owns three single-family homes nearby the main residence for ladies who want to stay connected after completing the program. The houses provide low-income housing as well as a safe place for the transition into a fast-paced society, while also maintaining accountability and support. This allows graduates to learn how to re-establish living responsibly on their own and gives them an opportunity to walk out what they have learned over the past year. Some of the responsibilities learned here include: money management, maintaining the residence, being held accountable, attending church and group meetings, giving back to the community, and building healthy relationships. It is encouraged that during this time that the ladies either find employment or go back to school to finish their education. It is our heart’s desire to see the ladies walk in lasting sobriety and the freedom of who they are in Christ, as well as giving back the love that has been freely given to them. The Re-Entry phase is highly recommended to each lady completing the residential program. This step greatly increases their chances of success and significantly decreases their risk of relapse.
“Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us” - Romans 5:5