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HOPE, Inc.'s Grand Re-Opening Event!
Thank you to everyone who made our Grand Re-Opening Celebration and Resource Fair a huge success! To see pictures of the event, check out our Facebook page (HOPEIncTucson) or click here.
Have you heard?
HOPE is now a Comprehensive Service Provider (CSP) in Pima County!
Members can now receive all of their behavioral health services from HOPE - therapeutic, psychiatric, vocational, health and wellness, housing, diversion services, self-help, and family/community involvement. Services will be delivered using a team approach that is peer supported, member-driven, and recovery focused. All members will determine their level of participation in programming and will be eligible for breakfast and lunch.
Who We Are
Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc. (HOPE) is dedicated to creating an atmosphere of empowerment for people living with behavioral health and/or substance use disorders. For over 20 years, we have led the way in providing peer-driven services to adults with behavioral and/or substance use disorders in our Southern Arizona community. HOPE’s philosophy and mission have evolved along with the changing needs of the community while retaining the integrity of the initial vision of providing peer-to-peer support.
HOPE, Inc., in Tucson, AZ is a peer and family run Comprehensive Service Provider that provides behavioral health services for adults utilizing the behavioral health system, being discharged from a crisis facility or incarceration, on probation or parole, and persons in Behavioral Health Court or Diversion Programs. HOPE, inc. maintains the Arizona Vision and 9 Guiding Principles of Recovery by providing all services in a peer supported, member-driven, and recovery focused model of care to assist members in forming supportive relationships, developing and utilizing social supports, living independently in the community and accessing community education and resources.
HOPE, Inc. receives funding from the Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, the Pima Community Access Program, Old Pueblo Community Services, and from contributions by members of our community.
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HOPE for Families
In June 2013, HOPE proudly launched a new program area called Family Services. This program will offer support, education and activities for HOPE. participants and the people they claim as “family”.
We each have our own experience of “Family”. For some, family is the group of people who raised us, our children, parents or siblings. For others it is our romantic partners, our friends, neighbors, or pets. Sometimes our families have been unkind, doubted us, or caused us pain. Sometimes they’ve been our greatest cheerleaders, our caretakers or companions in recovery. For many staff and participants, HOPE is our family and we want to continue to strengthen it. Family services will work to support all our families.
Are you in recovery? Do you think your family members could use some support? Do you want to reconnect with a family member? Are you the family member of an adult who is in recovery? Could you use some support, understanding or education? Family Services is for you.
So, what is a peer?
Peer support in its most simple form is "to walk alongside another." We all have lived experience that we can share for the benefit of others. Peer Support is about sharing our experiences in the hope that it can benefit another on their journey of recovery. It is our hope that we might walk alongside you on your journey in order to learn and grown together.
We understand that no-one knows more about your hardships, your victories, your life and your recovery than you. Our philosophy in peer support work is that YOU are the expert and so we are here to support you in any way to help you achieve the goals and priorities in life that you want.