Recovery, Wellness & Reintegration
through Peer Support, Coaching & Navigation
HOPE, Inc. in Tucson, Arizona, is a peer and family run outpatient treatment center that provides psychosocial rehabilitation and counseling services for adult consumers utilizing the public 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 continues to maintain the integrity of true peer support while incorporating a professional/clinical quality of care.
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.
Latest News & Events
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HOPE, Inc. is now hiring new positions. Go to the "Get Involved" section for current job descriptions.
HOPE is now an Outpatient Recovery & Wellness Center!!!
HOPE is pleased to announce that we have been approved for licensure as an outpatient recovery & wellness center through the Office of Behavioral Health Licensing at the Arizona Department of Health Services. We are excited to enter into this phase as a peer and family run center, allowing us to offer counseling and other clinical services within our recovery focused, member driven community. Stay tuned for new programming updates and additional services as we continue to grow to serve you better.
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HOPE Awarded SAMHSA Grant for Health Reform Education
In April of 2012, HOPE was one of eight organizations awarded funding for health reform education and outreach as part of the Bringing Recovery Support to Scale, Technical Assistance Center (BRSS TACS) activities from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Part of this award connected HOPE with national and regional up-to-date information about the affects of the Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act, also known as "Obamacare," on the health care system. While the future of this legislation is uncertain as we wait for the results of the upcoming Presidential election, many changes are already taking place in our system that affect many of us, including the people we serve. HOPE is committed to utilizing the technical assistance, knowledge and awareness that this grant award has endowed upon us to keep our community in the loop through the changes that occur in the system.
To find out more information about Health Care Reform and how it will impact you as a behavioral health provider, a consumer of behavioral health services, or simply as a concerned citizen, please see the new section in our "Additional Resources" page our website.
You can also access two brief fact sheets from Arizona's "Don't Get Dropped" Campaign in the "Printable Media" section on the right side of this home page.