Hope in the Mountains takes great pride in the intense level of care we provide our guests. Our services are both varied and specialized.
Every person is different. Our goal is to find the treatment plan that meets your unique needs. We make a commitment to serve you that extends to the end of your treatment and beyond. Your journey never stops, so neither can ours.
If you’re ready to start making changes or want to find out more Contact Us.
Until then, read about some of our services below.
You must know yourself before you can change. We work with you one-on-one to help you recognize and understand the thoughts and emotions that are causing you problems. We teach you proven strategies for coping with and changing how you feel.
Intensive Case Management
We create a plan tailored for you. An initial needs assessment is done soon after you arrive and is regularly reevaluated as you learn and grow with us.
Work with other women from diverse backgrounds in a safe, non-judgmental setting to examine the way you communicate with others and how that influences the quality of your relationships. Through group counseling we also offer many services to improve the quality of your life.
We understand how addiction can derail a career, and that returning to employment will be a major milestone on your road to recovery. We work with you to determine your interests and we provide practical lessons in necessary job skills such as how and where to look for employment, how to fill out an application, and how to dress and behave in an interview. Your final exam will be actual mock interviews where you can put what you’ve learned to use.
Relapse is a pattern. If you can recognize it, you can disrupt it. We’ll teach you tools to identify the signs of a relapse early and stop it before you drink or use drugs again.
We explore the errors in thinking and judgment that support and enable criminal lifestyles. We help you learn more rational and responsible reactions to situations to keep you from falling back into old destructive patterns and habits.
To truly heal you must learn to love and forgive oneself. Our workshops help teach you the value of you, to change your thoughts of worthlessness and self-hate. We help you stop the flow of negative self-talk and turn it into positive self-encouragement.
Addiction can destroy or damage family relationships. Our counselors help these heal by working with each member of the family and encouraging them to take responsibility for their actions.
Anger can make us do stupid, unwanted, and harmful things. Our proven methods help you understand the role anger plays in your life. You’ll learn how to tame anger by changing the ways in which you experience it.
We provide you techniques and methods to make it through the day-to-day hardships of recovery. Learn how to escape cravings, reduce stress, refuse and reject situations that would lead you back into addiction, and improve decision-making skills.
In addition to what is provided by our staff directly, we proudly partner with other local organizations to offer you enrichment opportunities in all aspects of your life.
Domestic Violence Counseling
Domestic violence between intimate partners (spouses, boyfriends/girlfriends, etc.) is often something a woman suffers in silence and in secret. It can happen to anyone, regardless of income or upbringing. Turning Point Domestic Violence Services provides a safe space to speak openly about your experiences with intimate partner violence.
The Big Sandy Community and Technical College Adult Education Department will help you get your high school equivalency degree, a vital step on the road to better employment.
The Floyd County Extension Office will teach you to plan nutritious meals on a limited budget, handle food safely, improve food preparation skills, and learn healthy eating habits.