In 2013, over 150 people were convicted of drug-related crimes in Mercer County, Ohio. House of Hope seeks to offer a place of refuge for those struggling with addiction.
"(House of Hope) taught me how to be/love myself again.
How to have fun and be completely sober. It taught me the little things in life that really matter."
- Current HOH resident
In December 2014, the HOH became a reality for Mercer County. If you are able to donate, please click on the "Donate Now" button below.
If you are interested in donating a physical item for the house, please contact us at email@example.com.
Lend a hand to Mercer County residents in need by volunteering at the House of Hope. Your contribution can help make a positive difference in the lives of our residents. Please fill out the form below to volunteer.
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House of Hope Board Members recently gave a presentation to the St. Henry Heritage Club.
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HoH President Molli Schleucher and Executive Director Tonya Huber give an HOH update on Spectrum.
Mercer County House of Hope is a transition house specializing in helping women with a history of substance abuse. Our mission is to provide housing, food, clothing, spiritual & emotional support while assisting in finding employment for Mercer County Citizens that are struggling with a drug addiction, are now clean and show the desire to stay clean and become a productive member of the community.