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House of Hope of Madison County Halfway House

902 High Street
Anderson, IN 46012
(765) 644-7086

Class of Housing: halfway house for men

General Information:

The House of Hope of Madison County, Inc. is a halfway house for men suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction.

Addiction is a disease which bankrupts the individual of self worth, spirituality and freedom. It creates homelessness, unemployment, broken families, incarceration, and depression as well as a host of other problems. Addiction is not a matter of choice but a brain disease which is degenerative, chronic and fatal. Recovery can be difficult and lengthy.

The House of Hope provides a safe, supportive, and structured environment which helps the residents develop a foundation of recovery as well as skills needed for independent living. We are committed to helping the individual recover and become productive members of society. This is a place where addicts can learn how to live life sober.

We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and receive funding from the United Way of Madison County, Chemical People Task Force, and Emergency Shelter Grant funds through the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. We also have contracts with the Marion and Battle Creek V.A. Centers.

Business office is open Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

The House of Hope of Madison County was founded in 1986 by Rev. Tom Sawyer and Will Carter.

We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and receive funding from the United Way of Madison County, the Madison County Community Foundation, and the Madison County Coalition Against Substance Abuse. We also have contracts with the Veteran’s Administration.

We are licensed by the State of Indiana, Division of Mental Health and Addiction to provide transitional residential services. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, disability, national origin, age, or veteran status.

Our focus is to provide a safe, therapeutic environment for men who are new in recovery. We provide a structured program to assist them in establishing a foundation in recovery, learning self responsibility and relapse prevention. Our philosophy is based on the 12 Step program. Addiction counselors are certified. We accept most private insurance. Fees for non-insured are on a sliding scale.

Individualized Treatment Plans

This is a three-quarter house for clients who successfully completed the halfway house, but are not quite ready for independence. Clients can stay here for 90 days to an additional 2 years. Daily AA/NA Meetings, household tasks, curfew, full time employment/volunteer work is still required. Clients also are subject to random drug and breathylyzer testing.

Group Therapy
Individualized Counseling
Relapse Prevention
24 Hour Staffing
Physician Care
Daily Mandatory AA/NA Meeting
90 Day Minimum
Licensed by State of Indiana

Website: http://www.andhouseofhope.org/

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Helpful Definitions For House of Hope of Madison County Halfway House:

Halfway Housing helps transition individuals and families from shelters or homelessness to permanent housing. Length of stay is usually anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.  Residents are often required to pay at least 30% of their income toward program fees.  Sometimes the money they pay in fees is returned to them when they leave. Any emergency or homeless shelter that allows their clients to stay more then 6 months is also classified under this category.
Oftentimes halfway houses also assist in the treatment of substance abuse and/or alcohol and drug detox. Speak with the halfway house to see if this applies.

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