Rea of Hope, Inc.
Rea of Hope, Inc.
Rea of Hope, Inc.

Houses

A resident of Rea of Hope will focus on their recovery in a 12 step-based fellowship program while establishing themselves as responsible members of our community. The houses are staffed 24 hours a day to insure a supportive and safe environment. Our residents are required to work, attend school or volunteer at an approved location.

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Apartments

As graduates, the women already have a support system in place, employment and connection to the community. The Rea of Hope New Life Apartments provides our graduates with an affordable beginning and enables us to continue working with them to get their credit, fines and other financial and legal problems solved; avoiding the stumbling blocks to a successful recovery.

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Testimonials

I have struggled with addiction most of my life. My addiction has taken me to some pretty dark places and has destroyed my family. I have been in and out of recovery since 2010. I have been in and out of numerous rehabs and sober living homes. I can honestly say that the Rea of Hope is the best place I have ever been. I am so grateful for everyone that is here.

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The mission of Rea of Hope is to help West Virginia women suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction by teaching [the] life skills and self-sufficiency required to reach sustained recovery, while providing safe, affordable housing.

Rea of Hope averages 45 admissions a year with an average daily census of 30 women and children. While these numbers may seem low, the ripple effect is in the thousands. Annually we are able to provide an average of 8277 shelter night for adults, 1476 shelter nights for children, 3640 sit down meals and 10,192 make your own breakfast and lunches. Learn More

Along a quiet city street, in a beautifully restored historic home - women from many places find healing, support, direction and fellowship.