Center for Hope 480.461.1711
About Center for Hope:
We provide a full continuum of programs for women, children and families including:
- A residential program for homeless, pregnant women (18 & older) with substance abuse and behavioral health conditions that provides transitional housing, residential substance abuse/behavioral health treatment, an on-site child development center and support services for extended family members.
- ASPIRE outpatient treatment program provides individual and group counseling, trauma therapy, in-home visits, peer-to-peer support, transportation and childcare to encourage participation.
- Permanent supportive housing for families transitioning from the residential program or receiving services through the ASPIRE outpatient program.
- With your support, we can continue to help families move from homelessness to becoming stable, contributing members of their communities.
Center for Hope Residential:
Eligibility for women’s services in our Residential Program / Transition Housing Program:
- 18 years of age or older
- History of substance abuse
- Willing to engage in behavioral health services
Our Residential/Transitional Program is situated on a 20,000 square foot campus with 204 – 267 square foot single occupancy rooms for women and their children.
A gender-responsive outpatient program for women is now open in the East Valley. ASPIRE offers group and individual counseling, anon-site child care room, and a career center. Our program model utilizes best practice interventions specifically designed to address common barriers women face in recovery.
CFH’s Continuing Care operates from this location providing group and individual counseling, intensive case management for CFH alumni, affordable housing, and rental assistance to qualifying families.
1745 S. Alma School Road, Suite 230
Mesa, AZ 85210
ASPIRE is located just south of the US 60 & Alma School Exit.
Center for Hope History:
Center for Hope (CFH) opened its residential 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. While living in the residential program, our women gave birth to more than 170 drug-free babies giving the next generation a healthy start and saving thousands of dollars to the health care and foster care systems.
How You Can Help at the Center for Hope
Women’s and Children’s Program Wish List