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Hope House in Casper Wyoming

A safe, sober and structured community in Casper, Wyoming offering solidarity and support to formerly incarcerated men and men who are recovery minded seeking sober living.
Since June 2017
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Hope House in Casper Wyoming

Hope House was founded to transform hearts and minds by modeling the love and life of Jesus in our actions, words and deeds.
Since June 2017
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Hope House in Casper Wyoming

It is recommended that incarcerated applicants apply 6-8 weeks prior to their release date.
Since June 2017

Hope House

Hope House encourages applicants that desire sober living and have not experienced incarceration.
Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Our Mission

Our Mission

A safe, sober and structured community in Casper, Wyoming offering solidarity and support to formerly incarcerated men.
Brochure

Brochure

We were founded to transform hearts and minds by modeling the love and life of Jesus in our actions, words and deeds.
Application

Application

It is recommended that incarcerated applicants apply 6-8 weeks prior to their release date.

Our Vision

Through community partnerships we connect House Residents to the resources available to begin building a foundation free of substance abuse and criminal behavior. The purpose of Hope House is to provide a safe and healthy living environment to initiate and sustain recovery and improvement in one’s physical, mental, spiritual, and social wellbeing. Individuals build resources while living in a recovery residence that will continue to support their recovery as they transition to living independently and productively in the community.

We Value

Hope House was founded to transform hearts and minds by modeling the love and life of Jesus in our actions, words and deeds, therefore we value:

HOPE

HOPE

We strive for an optimistic attitude of mind that is based on the expectation of that everyone deserves to be the best version of themselves. We embrace the challenge to stay connected. We know that if we hold on, the pain will end even if we are so numb we don’t even realize the pain we are in. H.O.P.E. Hold On Pain Ends.
ACCOUNTABILITY

ACCOUNTABILITY

We are willing to be challenged on what we say and do. We are willing to challenge others on our journey to self-betterment. We need each other. Anyone who sees a problem in themselves, or others owns the problem and is required to own it, confront it and report it.
IMPECCABLE HONESTY

IMPECCABLE HONESTY

We always speak truth. We live and love with a true intent.
INTEGRITY

INTEGRITY

We do the right thing in words and in actions even when no one is looking.
RESPECT

RESPECT

We treat others the way we want to be treated. We conduct ourselves in a manner of true care and concern. We take the broadest definition of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Hope House is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion as we carry out our mission.
CONNECTION

CONNECTION

Human beings are wired for connection and relationships give us purpose and meaning to our lives. Bad choices have brought us to disconnect. Connection is powerful and we believe the opposite of addiction is connection. Relationships provide security, lower stress, promote a positive self-image, and offer acceptance. The social connection theory of addiction proposes recovery is more likely when people are surrounded by others.
SPIRITUALITY

SPIRITUALITY

We strive to stop resisting the positive, productive directions where we are being led. We are intentional about seeking a power higher than ourselves.
GIVING BACK

GIVING BACK

For what we take out of this world, giving back is our duty. We are good neighbors, courteous, offer helping hands, and give back to the planet so we protect it for future generations. These are all responsibilities that we take seriously.
WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE

WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE

Willingness in the world of recovery is most important because it allows one to open the mind and become more receptive to positive change and growth. Change is necessary to receive any benefit to life, and the same goes for addiction recovery. If an individual does not learn to embrace change recovery brings, they are setting themselves up for immediate failure. But, for those who do understand and embrace change in treatment, the benefits are plentiful.

Donor Spotlight

Special thank you and appreciation to our three major donors!

Our Mission Statement

We are a recovery focused resident-centered, alcohol- and drug-free community for previously incarcerated individuals who are identified with substance abuse behavior. Hope House will provide its residents with connection and the tools necessary for their successful transition into community. We love our residents until they learn to love themselves.