The Hope House opened in 2020 as a transitional living facility for women and their children as they complete their recovery program at Project Hope for Women and Children and work toward permanent jobs and housing. 

Hope House is designed to help Project Hope clients transition seamlessly from residential treatment into the early stages of recovery, which can present many challenges and distractions. By creating a supportive, safe environment at Hope House, Marshall Health can continue to support our Project Hope families during this transition period.

Hope House features four two-bedroom, furnished apartments on the top two floors as well as a group meeting space for ongoing therapy sessions.

After completing the residential addiction treatment program at Project Hope for Women and Children, clients have the option to continue at Hope House for up to an additional six months. During this period, they may start attending classes at a trade school or college or work full- or part-time. Family navigators also continue to work with Hope House residents to help them find safe housing options when they move to live on their own.