House of Hope New Bedford - New Bedford, MA

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848 Mt Pleasant Street
New Bedford, MA 02745
: 508-996-6814
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    2019-12-05 23:58:47
    I ended up homeless after life saving surgery and a 3 month stay in the hospital. The bills and horrible times after it all, ended up ruining me. After a while I lost my house, my car and any means to fix any of it. I eventually was lucky enough to have a friend let me stay with his family for a while, but couldn't get back on my feet... they had to make room in their small house, so they found this place and ended up dropping me off here one day. I thought I was going to die. Never needing anyone's help before, made it difficult for me to deal with having to be so helpless. After Bob Hughes @ the House of Hope, took me in, made me feel welcome and offered any help I needed... I felt a little better but still didn't know what to expect, since I never had been homeless or stayed in any kind of shelter before. He (Rev. Hughes, Program Director @ the House) let me come in, fed me, gave me a bed and never asked me for ANYTHING in return. I had no income, no ability to pay for anything and no belongings. I never met anyone like him before. Slowly, things got better. There were so many good people here! I never would have thought I would meet some of the best and most inspiring people I ever imagined... In a place that by all rights, should be filled with misery. But NO, I have never felt closer to others, as I have come to, here. So much has happened and I have changed so much that I could never tell you all of it, without writing a book, however, I can tell you this... This place and the people in it saved my life, taught me things I didn't even know I needed to learn, and made me appreciate who I am, what I am, and what I am capable of. I can't imagine my future life, without this experience, molding it. I am thankful to have ended up here, and would not want it taken away from me. I now help others here, and spend most of my time doing things that will hopefully help others find what I have... Inner peace, gratitude and an unbelievable outlook for the future. Thank you House of Hope, thank you Bob Hughes and thank you to the amazing, strong, resilient people who have come through my life while here. You are all so much more than you know. If you hear anything negative about this place or anyone in it... then please consider the source? Because if you need help, and don't have anything at all, this place will take you in, give you the tools to help yourself move forward, and support you all the way, as long as you want it, stay sober, and be honest with yourself.

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Description: This is not a free service. This is a for cost Addiction Recovery service. Call for costs.

Our Mission is to provide a safe and positive atmosphere for recovery to those in need STRUCTURED SUPPORTIVE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING NURTURING THE BODY, MIND, AND SPIRIT we provide Individual Substance Abuse Counseling Group Substance Abuse Counseling Individual Dual Diagnosis Counseling Case Management Dream Therapy Group Relapse Prevention Group Early Recovery Group A 12 Step Class Not Meant To Replace AA or NA 12 Step Groups Urinalyses 3x a Week Plus Random Urinalyses (Provided By An Outside Independent Lab) Homemade Dinner Meal Served Daily Meeting Space For A Daily Noon AA Meeting And 4 Evening AA Meetings 24 Hour Emergency Shelter Services 24 hour Volunteer Support Staff Medication Management Including Secured Medications Available At 9AM And 10PM (all medications are locked in individual lockers in the office and are administered by a licensed rn at the above times) These Services Are Provided By The Following Professional Staff On-Site A Licensed Clinical Psychologist A Licensed Neuro Psychologist Licensed Substance Abuse Counselors A Licensed Social Worker A Licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner 2 Ordainded Ministers Our Office For Screenings And Intakes Is At: Addiction Rehabilitation Services Inc. 306 Mount Pleasant street New Bedford Ma 02746

Volunteers Requests by House of Hope New Bedford : we would love to serve with you if you are alcohol and drug free, believe in a loving God, and are not looking to run the place after the first week.


Donation Requests by House of Hope New Bedford : Linen, towels, socks, underwear, boots, winter coats, food, and always cash we are not funded and have served the homeless for over 20 years.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-02


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