What House of Hope Foothills Offers:
*A non-denominational Christian 4-phase program
* Residential care for girls age 13-17
* Christian coaching and discipleship
* Parenting classes
* Individual and group prayer ministry
* On-campus education Hope Academy for residents
* Loving family environment
* Living skills and activities for residents
* A loving, dedicated staff
Social agencies and institutions try to help teenagers, but young people continue to desperately yearn for love, purpose, direction, and a sense of belonging. There is NO lasting help without the power of Jesus Christ. House of Hope Foothills calls it a privilege to love, serve and help hurting teens and families.
House of Hope residents participate in healthy competition working out frustrations and stress. Our physical education includes basketball, volleyball, swimming, soccer, and other sports on property and at a local facility. We rely on local volunteers to teach other extra curricular activities such as arts, drama, sewing, cooking, personal and professional development and other social and creative skill.
Because our ultimate goal is to enable troubled teenagers to become productive and healthy citizens, House of Hope program instruction in life skills. As a starting point, each resident is assigned specific house duties and chores. Responsibility is earned and tested through phase systems, which rewards sincere attitude change.
Many of our troubled teens come to HOH have past hurts and wounds. House of Hopes goal is to get to the root of the negative issue so each teen will be healed and restored to her family. This is accomplished through intensive, individual and family prayer ministry.
Each resident attends our on-campus school, Hope Academy , which features the Accelerated Christian Education
Curriculum, enabling residents to fill in education gaps resulting from poor school attendance and lack of motivation. Upon arrival, each resident is given a diagnostic test to determine an appropriate placement level, then an IEP is implemented to allow each student to progress at her own pace.