HPP believes everyone can recover from addictions and learn to manage severe mental illness. Through five housing programs with intense case management services and access to an outpatient treatment clinic, HPP restores hope, dignity, and self-reliance. Clients move from dependency and poverty to wellness and independence. HPP works closely with other agencies to bridge between shelter and permanent housing.
HPP helps extremely vulnerable people enter recovery and saves the community in overall costs. Supportive housing that provides transitional services costs far less ($12,000 annually) than when a person remains unsheltered and is at risk to use hospital emergency rooms, detox programs and requires law enforcement action ($56,000 annually). Our clients become sober, employed, stable and healthy members of the community.
HPP seeks volunteers for yard maintenance, event execution, and admin tasks. Yoga, meditation and art instructors are also needed. Donations of small furniture and household goods are always needed.
100% of sober-living residents enter treatment within 30 days of entering the program & 80% of residents increase their income within 90 days.
“HPP gave me a shot at real recovery. I've been in other treatment programs and sober homes but this one is so different. They really care about me as a whole person and about my long term success. I know I can get through this like never before.” — Dominique Knowls