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Helping women establish and maintain sober and healthy lives.

Soroptimist House of Hope (SHOH) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1981 to provide recovery programs to women with substance abuse disorders. These women were in need of housing and support to establish clean and sober lifestyles, re-establish their lives, and become productive members of society. We provide residential substance abuse recovery programs for women at our Desert Hot Springs, California Recovery Facility and our Banning, California Transitional Living Home. Since 1981, SHOH has helped thousands of women through a comprehensive and effective social model program offering housing, companionship and guidance, therapeutic activities, and a structured daily routine that enables them to establish and maintain sober and healthy lives.

House of Hope Residential Recovery – Desert Hot Springs, CA


SHOH was established in 1981. Over the last 30+ years we have helped over 3,000 women begin a journey in recovery and go on to live clean and sober productive lifestyles. Read more

Learn About our Comprehensive and Life-Changing Programs


Introduction to all 12 Steps:

  • 12-Step Meetings One-on-One
  • Counseling Treatment
  • Planning/Goals Drug and Alcohol Education group
  • Parenting education group
  • Learn more

Hope’s Horizons Transitional Living – Banning, CA


Hope’s Horizons was created to give the women coming out of our treatment program a place to go to further build their foundation of recovery from substance use disorders. Read more

“I would like to express my gratitude for providing such a wonderful treatment center. House of Hope gave me a sense of safety and security in my road to recovery. Love was just a word until you ladies put true meaning into it”
– Laura

 


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“I am so grateful for the House of Hope. Giving your time to help me to better myself for me and my kids”
– Annie
“I want to say that I appreciate all that you do for me. I was taught a new way to live without the use of drugs. I have tools to keep my recovery”.
– Phyllis
“I feel truly blessed to be a sober today. I am a woman of worth today; I am learning to love myself and others “one day at a time”. Thank you for all you do, it is truly a labor of love”
– Darlene

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