Our Hope is one of three non-profits to benefit from the proceeds at the West Michigan Quilter's Guild Quilts On The Grand event at the DeltaPlex October 3-5. Thank you to our very special "quilt ladies" Mary Jo Bultman and Jan Windsor for helping to make this happen. Hope to see you there. ... read more
Over two years ago Our Hope was adopted by this beautiful cat. She comes by to say hello almost daily. Residents love giving her food and petting her. Sometimes she climbs up in someone’s lap and purrs. It can be very helpful to have an animal around to love on while in... read more
As a special project this summer Our Hope’s Board of Trustees chose to complete the Healing Garden by adding a privacy fence, two patios, benches and a gravel pathway to the work we did last summer. Now the backyard is a beautiful place for women to process the work they have done in therapy.... read more
Our Hope Association is committed to delivering high quality services to the women we serve. We are equally committed to maintaining a high level of quality standards for business practice. We are proud to demonstrate this commitment by once again achieving CARF accreditation for our ... read more
Sometimes we need to take a break from working on ourselves and our sobriety to relax and enjoy life. On August 10th staff, residents, alumnae and friends of Our Hope gathered at Johnson Park to share some food and fun together. About 100 people attended, many of whom signed up to be... read more
“To me Our Hope is a sacred place.” S.B.“I was in so much trouble with my drinking I couldn’t keep it up and I knew it. I had lost a marriage and my job and still I couldn’t string more than a few days together without alcohol. The withdrawl was terrible, I had such anxiety... read more
Join us on Sunday, August 10th from noon to 4pm for a fun-filled afternoon at Johnson Park in Grandville. Share a meal, play some games and learn about our exciting new plans for Our Hope. $5 donation requested.
When we encounter a situation in life that evokes strong feelings like anxiety, anger, fear, frustration, or sadness it is helpful to remember feelings are not facts. This allows one to take a deep breath and take a step back so that you can look at the facts before taking any action. ... read more