Hope House Transitional Housing - Prescott, Arizona
Hope House is a community-based transitional model house by ADOH.
It has 8 single person units. Each unit has a bathroom, bedroom and a small living room. Each resident can then enjoy the comfort and privacy of his or her own unit. Residences share a common kitchen, a common community room and a common laundry room to build life skills to advance cooperation and interaction.
Residents learn valuable life skills from personal and financial to social skills using a best practice life skills curriculum developed by NAZCARE. Residents are involved in recovery an wellness support services and join services at New Hope Wellness Center, which sits in front of Hope House on the same property.
This community-based approach allows for wrapping recovery and support services around tenants. This formula spells 93% success.
- Two story building with 8 units with a bedroom, bathroom and living room.
- Tenants share a common living room, kitchen, and full on-site laundry room.
- Infastructure includes two water heaters, a commercial fire suppressant system, central heating/AC, cable TV, and wireless internet.
- Property features rocked landscaping which tenants are expected to maintain, a paved parking lot with 1 handicapped space and 5 additional spaces, and a partially covered patio with BBQ.