Hope House Residential Treatment


Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment

Hope House is a Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program serving women and individuals that are: pregnant or with an infant, postpartum, transgender, and gender nonconforming. Hope House does not discriminate by race, religion, sex or gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity and/or expression. Hope House is a non-smoking program.

What services are provided?

  • Individual and Group counseling
  • Stanford Continuing Education courses on-site
  • Nutrition and Cooking classes
  • 12-Step meetings on-site and in the community
  • Anger Management education
  • HIV/AIDS awareness and education
  • Job Skills/Vocational Training
  • Quilting/Knitting Class
  • Self-Esteem Building
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Yoga and Circuit Training in Wellness Center
  • Parenting Education

Hope House began its operations in 1990, and is licensed and certified by the State Department of Health Care Services. We have two homes side-by-side in a residential neighborhood. Our mission is to provide women with SUDs individualized treatment in a structured yet warm environment. We serve adult women, pregnant women, and women with infants. Our evidence-based gender specific groups provide the most up to date information and techniques which address addiction and other harmful behaviors. We work closely with the courts to address legal issues and also to reunify women with their children.

After graduating from our program, our alumni can receive free services from Hope House. Our culturally sensitive and diverse program welcomes and supports women from all backgrounds.

The second component of the Hope House program is our transitional housing program. We provide successful graduates from our program and other recovery programs, safe and supportive transitional living, coupled with case management. It is a requirement that transitional residents be gainfully employed and/or be attending school, along with continued recovery based involvement in the community.
For questions or more information, please call 650-363-8735