Hope House

1000 Lincoln Ave, Oneonta, AL 35121

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Program Types

Intensive Oupatient Program

Overview:

The Hope House Inc. was established in January 2000 by long time pastor and community leader, L.G. Jones. We began with the objective to provide food, clothing, shelter and substance abuse rehabilitation programs to this area. With this objective in mind we opened the very first homeless shelter in this area of Alabama.

Since our humble beginnings, The Hope House has extended its services and programs to touch the lives of so many throughout the State of Alabama. The former Blount County Memorial Hospital building now serves both as our administrative offices, as well as the center for many of our programs. This includes our one of a kind Thrift Store operation which is open Monday - Saturday to the public. All of our program funding and community assistance is provided through the generous gifts of our many donors and supporters.

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Contact:

Hope House1000 Lincoln Ave Oneonta AL 35121

myhopehouse.org

(205) 625-4673

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