If you know of someone in need, contact the Force of Hope Helpline 425-218-0697
If you or someone you know is struggling, we can help. Take a step in the right direction and reach out to us. Not only do we provide housing, we provide guidelines and policies that keep you on track to living a better life.
The most important thing Force of Hope has to offer is guidance. This guidance takes many different forms depending on the needs of each individual we serve. We take the time to get to know each of our clients and what their individual needs are.
We expect the individuals participating in our program to work hard at staying drug-free and participating in support groups. The people in our houses are serious about their recovery and do not allow others to get in the way of their recovery.
There are so many resources available yet many find it difficult, if not impossible to navigate what's needed to receive them. Acting on behalf of the individual needs of each client, we are in contact with State & Federal agencies to facilitate necessary resources. These resources are vital to achieving the eventual goal of living on their own.
You will be living in a zero tolerance housing community. We do not allow any type of drugs, bullying, or any other criminal acts within our homes. This is a home for people who have goals and want to change their way of life. You will find you can relate to your new housemates and there is no judgement for past mistakes. Residents become more like family who want to see you move forward and succeed.
Our goal is to teach our clients how to use the transportation resources available to them in the community, such as Hope Link or the bus. To successfully become self-sufficient it is important to rely on yourself for rides. Until then we do offer transportation for those in need of getting to appointments and other support.
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