Door of Hope came in to being in September 1998 to provide supported accommodation and discipleship for men with life-controlling problems (chiefly addiction to drugs and alcohol), with the following aims:

  • empowering each individual into suitable work and/or education;
  • nurturing residents toward a higher level of stability;
  • overcoming life controlling problems;
  • reintegrating residents into mainstream community;
  • supporting former residents in their independence and providing an on-going sense of community for them.

Hope House provides accommodation for up to 6 men in a family environment. There are live-in staff, the residents and staff eat meals together providing a good sense of community. It is second-stage supportive housing for men who have completed a programme of drug or alcohol rehabilitation.

Since 1998 we have had 65 residents, many staying for 2 years or more.

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