SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD) TREATMENT
Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) License # 410013AN (expiration date 05/31/2025)
Hope House is a Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Program serving adult women and individuals who are pregnant, with an infant or postpartum. Hope House does not discriminate by race, religion, sex, gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Hope House is a non-smoking program.
- Treatment and Discharge Plans
- Case Management
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Addiction Education and Relapse Prevention
- Family Dynamics & Parenting Education in Recovery
- Guided Meditation
- Motivational Life Skills
- Health Education & Nutrition Education
- Healthy Living & Life Skills in Recovery
- Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
- Stanford Scholars Program
- 12-step Meetings and Coursework
- Art Therapy and Hypnotherapy Groups
- Daily Fitness Classes at the Karen M. Francone Wellness Center
Hope House opened its doors in 1990 for those who needed help.
For over 30 years, we have delivered specialized SUD treatment along with mental health services in our residential treatment program. We are licensed by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) and are a certified Drug Medi-Cal program.
Our 16-bed program is operated out of two side-by-side homes in a residential neighborhood. We reserve up to 4 beds for individuals who are pregnant or with infants (clients care for their own child while enrolled). Our mission is to provide individualized SUD treatment in a structured yet warm environment. Our evidence-based, gender specific groups provide the most up-to-date information and techniques to address addiction and other harmful behaviors. We work closely with the courts, probation, parole, and Children and Family Services to address legal issues and reunify individuals with their children when possible.
After graduating from our program, our alums can receive free services from Hope House via our weekly alumni group and open door policy. Once you graduate from our program, you are a part of the Hope House family. Our culturally sensitive and diverse program welcomes and supports women from all backgrounds.
Program Entry Requirements
- San Mateo County MediCal
- San Mateo County resident
- Motivated for recovery
Please contact us directly at (650) 363-8735 so we can assist you through the application process.
Please note: applications require final approval by San Mateo County BHRS.
The second component of our Hope House program is our transitional housing. We provide successful residential graduates from our program and other recovery programs safe, supportive transitional living and case management. Transitional residents are required to be gainfully employed and/or be attending school, along with continued recovery based involvement in the community.
For questions or more information about our transitional housing, please call (650) 363-8769.