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Do you or someone you know struggle with substance abuse or addictions? If so we can help! We give you the attention and provide the personal car you need on your path to wellness. 

Inspiration House

Journey Home

Diane's House of Hope

How it Works

We have a commitment to each client. Our priority is to create a path of wellness and Recovery. Our clients are treated with dignity while focusing on areas of concern. We strive to provide the necessary tools for each individual's personal journey. We welcome all individuals that have a desire to excel during Recovery. Our transitional living home is a safe and structures enviroment to help those struglling with an addiction. At our transitional living home, residents leaarn accountability and self-awareness to obtain a sober living lifestyle. 



Entry into the home

1. The staff will review the Resident House Contract with the new resident to ensure understanding of the expectations and responsibilities in the house and for their therapy program.

2. The resident will begin a job search with the help of the staff and other community resources (e.g. A Chance Re-employment and Training Agency, etc.).

3. The resident will obtain an official ID/license, Social Security card, and birth certificate.

Phase I

Objectives in home  Approximately 2 months 

1. The resident will continue in individual and group therapy as in the orientation phase until the treatment objectives are met.

2. The resident will demonstrate independence, accountability, and responsibility by establishing a schedule that includes:

a. A full-time job

b. Attendance at recovery meetings at least 3 times per week

c. Attending recovery treatment sessions on a regular basis

d. Obtaining a sponsor

e. Following all program rules.

Phase II

Objectives in home  Aproxximately 4 months

1. In addition to continuing to maintain the responsibilities in Phase I, residents will work on rebuilding relationships with family and friends.

a. Extended pass time on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to provide time with family and friends, shopping, and other personal activities.

b. One Saturday overnight pass once every 30 days.

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Step by Step

Programming within our transitional living home consists of two phases. Typically, Phase I is for 3 months and then residents transition into Phase II for 3 more months. Residents are generally placed in the home for 6 months total.


The first phase provides the necessary structure to get residents focused on recovery. Residents are held

accountable for their time and must attend all therapeutic and group meetings as required. Residents come through various agencies so their treatment plans vary. Residents must be in compliance with house rules and all programs to be eligible for phase II.

Our homes offer a safe and structured environment so that each individual may meet their personal goals. We celebrate each resident as they achieve personal goals and work on future endeavors. Phase II is for clients that have met the standard and excel towards personal recovery. The next phase focuses on family relationships and stability in the community. Residents in Phase II are allowed overnight passes and increased pass hours.


Our homes strongly promote individual choice in an effort to promote dignity. We welcome residents to choose programs/meetings that reflect their beliefs and have a common interest. Programs in the home include a weekly fellowship that focuses on spiritual growth. Giving back  to the community is also a part of the development at our homes. Residents donate community service hours as required and directed. The following are requirements of the homes and must be achieved to move forward into Phase II.

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