Project Hope Recovery Center

3.8 (16 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
7805 Kimble St
Houston, TX 77017
8774913816 Visit Website
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This faith-based residential program assists individuals in recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and the life-controlling problems associated with it. In addition, residents work on overcoming rebellion and the self-destructive behaviors associated with their substance abuse and developing positive life skills. Residents participate in spiritual growth activities, individual counseling, and various outreaches.

Project Hope Recovery Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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The program is horrible it’s basically just labor to peddle their pathetic trinkets the house held 25 men with only 3 bedrooms we were stuffed in there like sardines one guy in charge would take my ...


I was homeless, hurt and lost, was out of my mind when I found out about Project Hope I knew nothing about Recovery Centers I decided to give it a shot and when I first came in the main thing that stu...


Project Hope/Saving Grace is an amazing program. I have been to many secular rehabs and halfway houses and have never gained the kind of knowledge/recovery/lasting friendships/relationship with God as...


My husband went through this program. I went to high school with my husband before we were married, so I know his lifestyle before he decided to get help with Project Hope. My husband isn’t just dif...


This program has changed my life. I have been delivered from an ID methamphetamine addiction. I came here with the shirt on my back hardly and was welcomed with open arms. I have people in my life tha...


I came to Project Hope January 2015, graduated and stayed on as a staff member and worked there until February 2019. Project Hope took me in for free without any medical insurance. Thanks to their str...


Project Hope saved my life! This ministry took me in and gave me a chance when nobody else would. If not for Project Hope I don’t know that I would be alive today. Going through the program was the ...


Please understand the other reviews are people that are coming out of addiction (or most likely family that believe any story they hear) and being negative and nit-picking is a part of their addictive...


I entered Project Hope in 2014 struggling with an IV heroin addiction. The year I spent here changed my life more ways then I could have ever imagined. Not only did it help me with my recovery but als...


This place should be shut down. . This is a for profit business absolutely horrendous that they would call this a charity or Christian at that. I pray that the sturucture of this establishment gets co...


Very good place


Project hope is a joke. I was doing at least 60 hours a week every week. The food is horrible the staff doesn't care about your needs its basically Jesus can fix everything as long you work for us if ...


This place should be shut down. They don't do therapy they throw they're religion on you and say everything can be fixed by Jesus. If you have medical issues, they don't care, and kick you out on the ...


Completely Free! Not able to take people on certain medications. Every staff member at Project Hope has a heart to see people receive freedom from addictions. Each staff member has themselves been del...


God used Project Hope to deliver two of my children from the evil of drug addiction. There are no words to express my thanks and joy. My family has been restored!


I\'m so thankful for the day i stepped in to project hope. The team here was able to show me the love of God and teach me how to build a relationship with God. I\'m a staff member here now and have be...

Areas of Focus
Eating Disorder Treatment

Many mental health professionals view eating disorders (including anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, along with other dysfunctional eating patterns) as a food addiction – in that food is used in ways other than as fuel or a source of pleasure. Some, but not all, addiction treatment programs include eating disorder treatment as part of the service menu. Also, an eating disorder may be a dual-diagnosis or a co-occurring disorder with drug or alcohol addiction.

Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.