About Us

At The Hope Movement we believe Jesus is the answer to a life needing healing and wholeness. We also realize that women recovering from an addictive lifestyle need practical application of biblical teachings, as well as coaching in day-to-day life skills as they prepare to return to the community as independent, productive women following Jesus.

The Hope Movement utilizes local professionals, volunteers, and qualified mentors to prepare participants for a successful return to the community by addressing needs, life skills, and discipleship training such as:

  • Spiritual Growth
  • Housing
  • Employment & Vocational Goals
  • Transportation
  • Financial Education
  • Parenting Skills
  • Nutrition & Health
  • Relationships
  • Christ-centered Counseling

Participants will live with at The Hope Movement House for a period of 3 to 6 months as they progress through the program healthy relationships and positive lifestyle changes in themselves and other participants. As each participant achieves success in skills modules and becomes involved in her church home and community, she will move toward an independent life of fulfillment and freedom in Jesus.




“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.”  

-John 10:10