As much as we would like to offer our services, we are currently undergoing a restructuring of our program and are not accepting any new residents. We are unsure of our timeline on to when we will reopen. Below you will find some information about this ministry and you are most welcome to check back with us in the coming months.
Thank you for your interest.
Who We Serve
Hope Farm supports men over 19 years of age who are seeking to break patterns and behaviors related to addiction. All potential clients are advised to meet the following criteria:
- Fully detoxed (7 days substance free)
- No pending warrants or court dates
- Mentally and physically able to participate in all aspects of our program
- Willingness to comply with all Hope Farm guidelines
Hope Farm is not able to support residents currently on a Methadone program
Life at the Farm
The routine at Hope Farm revolves around a structure of Counseling, Christian Practice (regular prayer times, study & discussion, church attendance), farm work, shared meals, and interaction with a wider community. Each resident receives regular individual sessions with our certified counselor in addition to a number of weekly groups related to recovery, spiritual formation and relationships. Featuring continuous staff coverage our residents are, from intake to a staged re-entry to the wider community, supported in their recovery journey.
Program & Schedule
The program at Hope Farm is six months long; a three month Stage One with a fixed schedule, and the opportunity to transition to Stage Two during the following 3 month, which allows the resident up to three days a week of school or off-site work. For residents who have completed Stage Two and feel the need for added time to consolidate the gains made and contribute back to the community by way of peer support, they are able to apply for Stage Three. This entails up to an additional six month period where he works or attends school while remaining engaged with the Farm community.