In 2015, Bill & Phyllis began seeing an overwhelming need in the Monadnock Region for recovery for women who are trapped by the horrors of substance abuse, and for their children who are being raised in this destructive environment. The need for an avenue of recovery for these women began to grow as drug use escalated. The effects of this destructive epidemic strikes all income, educational and age levels. Many area families are experiencing hardships and loss.
As a graduate of the New Life Home in Manchester, NH 32 years ago, Phyllis knew that the Monadnock Region needs a home like the one Phyllis graduated from in 1984. Bill and Phyllis are working on bringing Hope to the Monadnock Region by bringing an 18-24 month faith based program to this area.
House of Hope exists to provide rehabilitation, restoration and reunification to women and mothers struggling with substance abuse and life controlling issues. This is accomplished through a long-term, residential, faith-based program.
Our program uses a holistic approach, dealing not only with the obvious dependency issues, but also helping with self-esteem, life skills and a rewarding future for the body, mind and spirit.
House of Hope relies solely on donations and grants. We receive no federal or state funding.
We trust God to provide our financial and material needs to help women and their children who need help living productive, dependency-free, self-supporting lives.
If you would like to schedule Phyllis to speak at your church, men's or women's group, or organization, please contact House of Hope.