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Description of Service
House of Hope York PA is a non-profit organization that brings hope, healing and restoration to hurting teenagers and their families through the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God to those in South Central PA. By providing spiritual guidance, classroom education, counseling and mentoring, we equip teens to re-enter society as a God-assured, purpose-driven individuals able to cope with the challenges and pressures of everyday life. The tools they learn at House of Hope enable the girls to be powerful women that cope with life in a healthy way, free of addiction, toxic relationships, and other self-destructive habits. At House of Hope, we pride ourselves in being a unique program that combines both the teen and the parents in the healing process. Parents are actively involved in counseling programs, parenting classes, and receive spiritual guidance as well. Our on-site school, Hope Academy, is registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Education and provides our teens a formal education through a self-paced curriculum (ACE) designed specifically to meet their performance levels.
We serve teenagers and adults through our Residential Program as well as our Non-Residential Program. The residential program is for girls 13-17 only and involves the enrolled girl living on the premises Monday - Friday. Through our Non-Residential Program, applicants may utilize our other services, such as individual or family counseling and schooling through Hope Academy.
Non-Residential Programs: For anyone in need of faith-based counseling, parenting classes or alternative schooling options.
HOHYP RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST:
- HOHYP accepts Girls, age 13-17, who are not pregnant
- Family lives within 75-100 miles from the HOHYP Campus
- Parents are required to attend weekly counseling, parent visitations and parenting classes at HOHYP
- The Parents will be required to make 3-4 trips a week to the HOHYP Campus
- Residents must be able to stay with their own family on HOHYP holiday/school breaks and weekends home
- Family involvement in the HOHYP Program with potential for reunification
- Resident must have a minimum IQ of 85 (average IQ is 115)
- Resident accepted with mild to moderate emotional and/or behavioral problems (the program is not equipped to handle severe emotional/behavioral problems)
- Resident must not have any current sexual offenses/charges
- Resident must not have current alcohol or drug dependency (our program is not equipped to Detox)
- Resident must not be actively suicidal or homicidal (we are not a crisis facility)
- Resident must have health insurance
- Family must provide required clothing to meet the HOHYP dress code
- Family must commit to pay HOHYP tuition
- Family must be committed to complete the HOHYP program (average stay is 12-18 months)
- Family must attend church weekly (or find a church home if not currently attending)
Fees or Charges
Dependent on income $0.00 - $65.00 per session
Hours of Operation
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm