Center of Hope

There is a major need for Center of Hope in the community. Healthier Fremont County Correlation Assessment reported: In 2011, drugs and alcohol were involved in 71 percent of homicides, 35 percent of suicides, and 41 percent of accidental deaths in Fremont County.  The county is the worst in the state for alcohol-related motor vehicle fatalities. Between 2008 and 2011 there were 84 fatalities in Fremont County.  14 percent of the state’s traffic fatalities occur in a county that accounts for 7 percent of the population. Of these roadway fatalities, over 50 percent were alcohol-related.

Center of Hope offers three days of close observation, and 14-30 days of Social Detox which includes substance abuse assessments to determine the appropriate level of care, daily exercise, morning meditations, evening checkout group, group therapy, including Living Skills and Grief and Loss, AA/NA meetings, connection to resources, Overcomers In Christ meetings, and collaboration with PATH grant. 

The program consists of 11 Social Detox beds and seven close observation beds.
As of February 1, 2014, 13 clients have received both residential inpatient and intensive outpatient treatment. 

Center of Hope currently serves a diverse population of clients: 80 percent male, 20 percent female; nearly 65 percent of all clients and 91 percent of all intakes are of Native American descent. Ages range from 18-87.

Call 1.307.672.2044 / 1.866.843.0351 or email to inquire about our services.