Hope Harbor is a residential Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Facility addressing substance abuse and mental health issues. This is a nine to eighteen month program where Veterans can utilize up to a 2-year stay.
We assist veterans affected by substance abuse and mental health issues.
Hope Harbor, originally Harmony Hall, was founded in 1978 to provide continuing support for men and women who successfully graduated from Salvation Army recovery programs. The facility's framework offers substance abuse treatment for those who have already gone through detox, as well as residential support and follow-up services for approximately 58 men. Fifty of the available transitional beds are designated to veterans - who must be approved by the V.A. prior to entering the program - while the remaining 8 beds are reserved for men in the Parole Service Network.
While being treated for substance abuse, clients regularly meet with a case manager and counselor; participate in daily group sessions; and work through the 12-step based program. After this portion of the recovery process, Hope Harbor uses interactive workbooks, videos and various assessment tests to identify barriers to employment, and to reveal employment choices. Clients are given a transitional bed on site, or referred to a nearby program while continuing to build the necessary skills to find and hold-down a job.
-Substance Abuse Treatment
-Educational Services, including computer literacy
-Vocational assessment tests and other employment services
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