Since 1977
Dedicated to Helping People
Recovering from Alcoholism
And Chemical Dependency

In 1977, two men in recovery decided to build a house to help other men suffering from alcoholism. The House of Hope residential facility was built by volunteers with a labor of love and donations from the community. Since that time, over 4,000 men have been treated here for alcoholism and drug addiction. Many other men and women have sought treatment through our outpatient program. The House of Hope facility is nestled on 10 acres with a homelike atmosphere in a rural setting outside of Grove, Oklahoma. Our accommodations are comfortable, casual and the home cooking appeals to all appetites.

For over thirty years, clients from Oklahoma and surrounding states have found hope and a new way of living from the education and counseling provided from our program. At House of Hope, we provide the highest quality of service at a reasonable rate.

The House of Hope, Inc. is a private non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization. It is certified and funded in part by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. All donations are tax deductible.

CARF, Commission of Accreditation for Residential Facilities, was awarded to the House of Hope, Inc. for the following programs:

  • Residential and Outpatient Treatment
  • Alcohol and Other Drugs/Addictions




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