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Helping fight drug addiction in Mercer County.

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.

A testimonial:

"(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


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.

Already volunteered?

Please fill out our volunteer application

Recent Donations and Fundraisers

Thank you to Cooper Farms for their donation!

Montgomery County Visits

Heritage Club Presentation

House of Hope Board Members recently gave a presentation to the St. Henry Heritage Club.

New fundraiser - HOH t-shirts - $20 each

Show your support by purchasing a "Stand up Against Heroin" HOH wrist band for $5.

Mercer House of Hope Wristbands

Find them at a local store near you!

House of Hope on Spectrum

Mercer House of Hope Wristbands

HoH President Molli Schleucher and Executive Director Tonya Huber give an HOH update on Spectrum.

About House of Hope

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.

Read our Mission, Purpose and Vision Statements

House of Hope Officers

  • Sandy Huckemeyer – Executive Director
  • Craig Flack – President
  • Tonya Huber – VP
  • Luke VanTilburg – Treasurer
  • Nancy Wolters - Secretary

  • Interested in entering the Mercer House of Hope program? Please do the following:

  • Read our Handbook
  • Fill out an Application

  • For general information, please contact us at 567-890-4674 or

    For information on volunteering, please contact Deb Piper at 419-733-3141.

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