the only Peer-and Family-Run behavioral health and substance abuse Intake and Coordination of Care (ICC) Agency in Arizona. Every employee at HOPE is either a peer or a family member, dedicated to creating an environment where you - the HOPE Member - can determine what's best for your recovery. You determine your path. We come along on your journey.Read More+
"The reality is, I have a serious mental illness, but I’m not broken. I have good days and bad. With the strength of the HOPE members and staff, I can get through it. I don’t know what comes next. I have to live my life one day at a time and on some days, it’s a minute at a time. The best day is a day clean and sober." - D.P.
"I started drinking at 25. It started with just a few beers, which developed into an issue that got out of control. Three years ago, I was hospitalized with alcohol poisoning mixed with pills. I quit drinking entirely after that and have been sober ever since. HOPE has provided me with a place to be and tons of fun activities. I truly enjoy the groups as they help give me purpose. I have learned so much at HOPE." - M.B.
"I first got acquainted with HOPE through the court system. I was in a deep, dark depression. Rather than reach out for help, I chose to isolate from society. After I was involved with a confrontation, I spent five months in Pima County Jail. Upon my release I was sentenced to three years probation, 100 hours community service and mental health court. During this time, I grew in my recovery, completed mental health court and was released off probation after 16 months. I continue to do very well and attend HOPE on a regular basis. I get and give support here at HOPE." - D.K.