Hope House of Itasca County
Sobriety is possible.
Choosing the right treatment center for you is one of the most important descisions you can make. What makes Hope House of Itasca County unique is the flexibility and focus on offering the best individualized, co-occuring treatment possible. We offer a range of onsite services to our clients including:
- Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
- Licensed Pratcial Nurse
- Mental Health Therapist
- Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors
- Recovery Coaches
- Resedential and outpatient services, including local transportaion.
Residential ServicesOur two residential programs provide both medium and low-intensity, gender specific treatment services. Men and Women face equality difficult, but very different obstacles recovery. Our residential programs are tailored to equip our clients with the tools to overcome those obstacles. Hope House of Itasca County is not a halfway house. Hope House is residential treatment program.
Project Clean StartMotherhood can be difficult, but extremely rewarding, role for women in recovery. Project Clean Start is aftercare program developed by Hope House Itasca County. It is an effort to ease the transition from a structured treatment environment to independent living for women with substance abuse disorders and their children.
Admission criteria for Hope House of Itasca County is same for everyone with our regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender or ability. Hope House of Itasca County is not however for people in need of emergency medical care or for those who are deemed likely to be at risk of harm to self or others. Arrangements for admission are made in advance with Hope House of Itasca County by contacting the men’s program at (218) 326 – 1443, or women’s program at (218) 327 – 9944.
Potential clients are welcome to call us directly or referrals can be made by physician, family member, friend, or substance abuse counselor. When we cannot accept an applicant we will do our best to refer applicant to the other programs for substance abuse treatment.
Requirements for admission include:
- Minimum 18 years of age
- Provide an alcohol and drug history(Rule 25)
- Active health insurance
- Provide a mental health history(Diagnostic Assessment)
- Provide a legal and criminal history
- Complete an admission interview
- The interview may include family member or individual who have worked with the applicant in the past.
Admissions are typically scheduled Monday thru Thursday between 8:00 am and 2:00 pm. We will consider the emergency admissions on a case by case basis. Treatments costs vary depending on treatment duration and available sources payment. Hope House of Itasca County staff communicate with the prospective clients regarding payment options. Financial assistance may be available for persons who are deemed eligible.