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Radically changing the lives of drug addicts, alcoholics, and those who love them.

Hope is Alive

Family Services 
Hope Line

1-844-3 Hope Now

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When dealing with a family member who is struggling with active addiction or other harmful habits, the questions and confusion can be daunting.

What do we do?
How do we treat them?
Am I enabling?
Is treatment the right choice?
If so, where do we send them?

 

These types of questions can run through your mind and overwhelm you. Hope is Alive ministries understands this and is willing to wade into these dark and confusing waters to help your family find the most effective way to get help for those you love.

Over the past six years Hope is Alive Ministries has supported and advocated for hundreds of families who have found themselves in this troubling and painful place. We will work with you to define an action plan that bests suits your specific situation and be there to walk beside you as your loved one begins his or her road to recovery.

Meet Our Team!

Chotsie Barnes 

Director of Recruiting 

Chelsea Williams 

Recruiting Coordinator 

Attend our Support Groups

Are you looking for answers?

Are you looking for a place to find education, inspiration and a community of others that are dealing with the same issues? If so, Hope is Alive Ministries wants to invite you to attend our family support groups, called “Finding Hope”.

Each week you will have the opportunity to learn more about addiction, find tools to the help those you love and find hope to help you as you journey down this treacherous road. 

 Testimonials

See how Finding Hope has helped so many families searching for hope

Finding Hope helped us realize we were not alone in our loved one’s struggles with addiction. Through our classes we’ve learned coping skills which have helped greatly with our own self-care.

Bill & Carmen LaRue

Finding Hope and the love and grace from Jesus saved my family. My son was in his addiction for 13 years and we were at a dead end, we had no hope of him getting better.

Dawn Arismendez

Finding Hope for me was the difference between insanity and peace. The most valuable piece of information I got was at my first meeting – “stop being his soft cushion”.

Annette Troxell

Check out this testimony from our Finding Hope Coordinator!