If the use of substances has hurt your family, relationships, finances, health, or caused emotional distress, you are not alone and are among the millions in our country struggling to find answers to the pain caused by drugs and alcohol. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, if you want to quit, but you just do not know how to do it, your search is over. All you need to do is come with a willingness to be part of the healing that happens at Field of Hope. We see victories EVERY DAY!
The Field of Hope is a faith-based facility. We believe in God as our Higher Power and utilize Bible studies and prayer.
Participants are welcome to attend Vinton Baptist Church (located across the street) on Sundays if they choose.
We have three additional levels of care following inpatient treatment that provide the time participants need to identify roadblocks that may occur in recovery and gather the resources needed to live independently. An independent life can be achieved by utilizing the resources Field of Hope offers before moving from sober living housing. Although the length of time at Field of Hope depends on the progress of the individual, it typically takes 6-9 months to achieve these goals.
Participants are taken shopping once a month to purchase personal items. They can spend $40 of personal money per month on snacks that include one case of soda. You may choose to bring snack items with you at admission with a receipt for those items that do not total more than $40.
Visitor and phone lists will be approved by individual counselor. Participants will be permitted visits after the first full week of treatment. Visits are for two hours on Saturdays between 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm. All visitors must complete a simple background check from their local sheriff/police department.
Cell phones are not permitted while at the Hope House; however, you will be able to use the house phone to make scheduled calls every other day for 20 minutes.
Women who have at least 30 days of sobriety may be eligible to be admitted straight into our ON-Campus Sober Living house. This step down from inpatient, which we refer to as the Faith House, provides structured programming to allow time to prepare a solid recovery foundation before placement in the Sober Living OFF-Campus.
The structure and accountability provided for Sober Living ON-Campus participants begin the process of reintegration back into society as sober and drug-free people. By the time participants move to the OFF-Campus Sober Living house, the employment process will have already begun and a schedule to support sobriety will be in place.
Those who have completed PHP are eligible to move into our OFF-Campus Sober Living.
Our Sober Living that is located off-campus provides the time participants need to identify roadblocks that may occur in recovery. As situations present themselves, participants will have the opportunity to work with caring staff to devise a plan of action. Participants coming from the Faith House will move to Sober Living off campus once they are transferred to IOP (Intensive Outpatient). At this point, if a job has not already been found, a more intensive employment search will be implemented if it is in the treatment plan to do so. Case Management services will increase as preparation is made for independent living.
Field of Hope therapists are dedicated to providing compassionate, evidence-based care that can help you find healing and hope. We offer services in person and via telehealth.
Field of Hope partners with a board-certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) who provides evaluations, prescriptions, and medication management if needed.
We understand that seeking help for mental health issues can be challenging. Our team of therapists will support you every step of the way.
Learn how to manage your symptoms and improve your overall well-being.
Field of Hope accepts Ohio Medicaid and cash payments.
Offered every Thursday from 9:00-10:00 amField of Hope Community Campus offers parenting classes for those who need to meet requirements for CPS, court, JFS programs, or personal growth for parents working toward building a better relationship with their children.
The class provides a certificate for each of the 6 sections completed. Our parenting class covers:
Many courts require probationers to complete Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). MRT is a cognitive-behavioral treatment program that has been shown to be effective in reducing recidivism among offenders. It is based on the theory that moral reasoning plays a key role in criminal behavior and aims to develop moral reasoning skills, leading to better decision-making and more appropriate behavior. MRT is delivered in a standardized group setting, allowing participants to learn from each other and support each other while ensuring all participants receive the same high-quality treatment.
Here are some of the benefits of MRT:
*schedule dependent on need
Coping With Anger is proven effective in treating individuals with anger issues. Its 8-module group treatment program teaches adults and juveniles how to manage their anger in a healthy way. The program is based on Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach that has been shown to be effective in reducing anger and aggression.
The program covers a wide range of topics related to anger management, including:
The program is delivered in a group setting, which allows participants to learn and support each other.
Coping With Anger is a proven effective treatment program for anger management. The program has been used successfully with a variety of populations, including violent offenders, argumentative or oppositional clients, domestic violence perpetrators, and people with substance abuse problems.
If you are struggling with anger management, Field of Hope can help. The program can help you learn how to manage your anger, which can reduce legal issues, and improve your relationships, work performance, and overall well-being.