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House of Hope Virtual 5k

Organized by Josie White
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Gildan 100% Cotton T-shirt

Buy a shirt to support women and children in recovery!

All funds raised will go directly to HOUSE OF HOPE
$110 raised
15 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
Gildan 100% Cotton T-shirt, Unisex - Cardinal
Gildan 100% Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Cardinal
Organized by Josie White

About this campaign

Founded in 1946, House of Hope is the oldest provider of substance use disorder treatment in Utah providing a continuum of residential, day treatment, outpatient, and aftercare services throughout the state. Originally named The Utah Alcoholism Foundation (UAF), House of Hope initially served men with alcohol use disorder. It was in 1953 that UAF opened House of Hope, a residential treatment facility, in Salt Lake City to serve women struggling to overcome substance use disorder. Our mission is treating substance use disorders, rebuilding lives, strengthening families, and empowering women.

Since 1946, House of Hope has evolved to meet the specific needs of women with children throughout Utah. In 1992, we expanded to meet this goal by opening the Douglas Street Women and Children’s Facility where women could have their children reside with them while they were in treatment, a first-of-its-kind program in Utah. House of Hope expanded its children's treatment services in 2003 by opening the Hope Center for Children, which provides therapeutic care for the children whose mothers are in treatment at House of Hope.

Today, House of Hope has seven residential and outpatient facilities in Salt Lake City and Provo serving women and women with children. With individualized treatment plans, women at House of Hope receive trauma-informed therapeutic services that allow them to heal and rebuild themselves and their families in recovery.


CarolLynn Gregson 1 item

My daughter works for House of Hope.

Trent Waddoups 2 items
Anonymous 2 items

I work for Houde of Hope and stand behind the work they do. I've seen the ways it has transformed the lives of women in recovery.

Lindsey Larsen 1 item

Fellow Alumni!

Don Leither 2 items
Anonymous 1 item
Margaret Yeates 1 item

Hope in Action!

Anonymous 1 item
Jennifer Reid 4 items

For House of Hope women, children, and staff!


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