Center for Hope Transitional Housing program with a day program behavioral health component, serves homeless pregnant and parenting women with substance abuse and behavioral health conditions throughout Maricopa County.
These women also typically have no income, an inconsistent work history, minimal job skills, often have involvement with probation or Department of Child Safety and may have other children not in their care. Services are designed to help women move from homelessness to stable housing and employment while addressing substance abuse and mental health needs of the entire family.
Center for Hope treats the entire family offering, family therapy, parenting education and services to all children associated with the women in our programs.
- Transitional Housing
- Substance Abuse/Behavioral Health Treatment
- Trauma Therapy
- Health and Wellness Education
- Prenatal Care
- Child Birth Education and Support
- Relapse Prevention
- Life Skills Training
- Parenting Education
- Developmental Services for Infants and Toddlers
- Parent/Child Interaction Play Therapy
- Employment Preparation Services
Women, their newborn infants and one child underage six, live on the 24-unit campus located in Mesa. The campus includes three residential cottages, spaces for behavioral health services, a child development center, outdoor play spaces, a family visitation room and a large multipurpose room for community activities and events.
Center for Hope History
Center for Hope (CFH) opened its program in 2005 for homeless, pregnant women and their children. In 2010, CFH added permanent supportive housing and outpatient services to support women and their families from throughout Maricopa County. Since 2005, CFH programs have changed the lives of 326 women, their children and families.
Talk to a live person now, call the 24/7 Peer Access to Care Line 877-931-9142.
You can describe your unique needs and ask your specific questions.