KentHOPE Bridge Recovery Program is a 34-bed recovery program that helps women–and women with children–stabilize, who are coming directly off the streets or have suddenly become homeless. Approximately one to three months in duration, this program is designed to help women overcome trauma due to behavioral health issues, domestic violence, homelessness, medical conditions, loss of job and other issues. They are given opportunities to set weekly goals to address their personal concerns, as well as investigate income and benefits, housing options, employment options, support groups, legal aid and more. Following successful stabilization (30 to 90 day stay), Bridge Program guests transition into our Women’s Recovery Program at Hope Place (see video below), transitional housing or permanent housing. As a Christ-centered organization, we incorporate Biblical principles into recovery education to help women gain the tools they need for lifetime recovery. Our relational approach to recovery emphasizes grace as we learn to love God, others and ourselves in new and healthy ways.
KentHOPE Link Transitional Program is a six month clean and sober residential program that provides Christian discipleship, life skill classes, case management, vocational training and occupational work therapy to help women successfully seek and maintain employment while saving funds for stable housing.
Hope Place Women’s Recovery Program offers a holistic approach for women seeking recovery and healing from substance abuse, domestic violence and behavioral health issues. As a part of the one-year program, women take classes, receive counseling services, life skills, education and employment support. Learn more about how KentHOPE and Hope Place are transforming lives:
Making a Difference
Since opening in December 2013, KentHOPE has helped more than 650 women and their children transition out of homelessness!
9009 Canyon Drive
Kent, WA 98030