Hope Residence: A Halfway House for Mothers with Children
The Hope Residence at Eva’s Village opened in 2008 to provide a safe haven and nurturing family environment where mothers working towards recovery from substance use disorders can live with and care for their children. Our Halfway House program is one of the only residential programs in the state which allows mothers and their children to heal together. This unique program offers families the opportunity to work towards a brighter future - together.
Support for Moms
At the Hope Residence, mothers are given the support they need to get back on their feet through counseling, recovery support services, connections to social services and Workforce Development training, as well as life skills and parenting guidance.
Support for Children
While moms receive the treatment and services they need, their children are nurtured and cared for by trained educators through our on-site childcare and after-school programs, as well as our summer program (suspended during the pandemic). 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.
View 'Hope Through a Child's Eyes,' a gallery of original artwork created by the children who live at Hope Residence.