Hope Residence: Substance Use Disorders Treatment for Mothers with Children
The Hope Residence at Eva’s Village opened in 2008 to provide a safe haven and comfortable family environment for mothers struggling with homelessness and/or substance use disorders, and their children. The residential Halfway House Treatment program at the Hope Residence has capacity for 24 mothers and their children.
At the Hope Residence, mothers are given the support they need to get back on their feet through counseling, recovery support services, and Workforce Development training, as well as life skills and parenting guidance. Meanwhile, their children are nurtured and cared for through our on-site childcare and after-school programs, as well as our summer program.
Therapeutic services are also offered for mothers and children together, helping them to forge and strengthen their bonds. All services are gender-specific and trauma-informed.
Our Hope Residence is one of the only residential programs in the state where mothers struggling with addiction can find a safe haven and a place to heal with their children. This unique program offers families the opportunity to work towards a brighter future - together.
Eva’s recently added a new initiative for pregnant women with substance use disorders. Click here to learn more about the Maternal Wraparound Program.