Welcome to the Field of Hope - Where Life Change Happens Every Day
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization registered with the state of Ohio and the federal government. Our staff and facilities are certified to perform the services we offer to help others get victory over alcohol or drug addiction. The strong FOH organization has excellent clinicians available for counseling. Our residential house managers are also certified and trained in counseling, first aid, CPR, and all necessary emergency procedures. They work on a rotating shift to cover the residential treatment houses 24/7.
Every treatment/counseling organization has a basic philosophy of treatment. The FOH is Christian faith based on our approach to life change. Our curriculum is like others in many ways – 12 steps related, building self-esteem, life and job skills training, for example. The FOH enjoys a very high success rate. Studies and data show that faith-based treatment has the highest success rate. The independent National Institute of Drug Addiction (NIDA) performed an extensive study of faith-based organizations with a long-term record and assigned them an 87% success rate. When a person changes from the inside out, they have a great chance of recovery! The FOH has faith partners and supporters – other churches, businesses, and civic organizations. Vinton Baptist Church is a primary supporting organization, and the vision for the FOH was born there.
From the Rubble...
Are you, a loved one, or a friend struggling with alcohol or drugs? Is the use of alcohol or drugs messing up your family or other relationships, finances, health, or your general well-being? You are one of the millions in our country who are struggling to find answers to the pain caused by a drink, a hit, a pill, or a snort that leads to another, another, and then terrible life circumstances. Job loss, broken family relationships, shattered marriages, legal problems, financial hardships, broken health, loss of property, no drivers’ license, the list goes on. Are you or someone you know sick and tired of being sick and tired? Do you/they want to quit more than anything else right now? Your search for victory is over if you are willing to come and be a part of the healing that happens at the Field of Hope (FOH). We see victories every day!
What To Bring To Treatment
- Books (within reason)
Up to 16 outfits, including: casual, church, exercise, pajamas, two coats (light/heavy), four pairs of shoes, undergarments in reasonable amount
BRING YOUR OWN
- Unopened toiletries
- Shaving gear
The following items can be brought in, but will be kept in a secure area and given to clients for use as needed:
- Fingernail polish
- CD players
- Items containing alcohol
- Clothing with derogatory slogans
- Short shorts or cutoffs