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Is It Possible to Come Back from Years of Alcohol Addiction?
The good news is that yes, it is possible. It is possible to recover from years of alcohol addiction with the right treatment and support. Recovery
Drug Crisis – Where Does It Stop?
Drug addiction stops with the life change of the person addicted. When the customer base dries up, so does the rest of the market. Places like the Field of Hope are making a difference with a client success rate of over 90%. What is the formula? Hard work, counseling, encouragement, family engagement, prayer, and a willing change for the person caught up in addiction.
Field of Hope Celebrates 10 Years of Growth and Success
Help us celebrate ten years at our 8th Annual Celebration! We held our first Field of Hope Annual Celebration/Fundraising event in 2015 to fellowship with our community, to show what their support has helped us do, and to provide opportunities for continued support. Our community is a big part of Field of Hope’s success, and we want to celebrate that success and growth with you.
The Role of Education in Recovery
Education can play a significant role in addiction recovery. One of Field of Hope’s goals is to help individuals understand the underlying causes of addiction
How Can We Prevent Drug Abuse Among Our Youth?
Here is a wake-up call to parents, homes, schools, churches, and social organizations – join the war to provide a healthy and positive environment for our kids.
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.