Hope for Freedom Society

Hope for Freedom Society has been assisting marginalized people in British Columbia since 1997. Our primary focus is providing long-term residential supportive recovery for men and women suffering addictions.

We are certified by the Assisted Living Registry and we have been a registered non-profit since 1998. Our CRA charitable status number is: #869633461RR0001

Since 2006, we have also been assisting homeless individuals in the Tri-City area through our homeless outreach initiative and our meals program. We are committed to continue working to assist the homeless in our communities.

Methadone Tapering

Hope for Freedom Society now offers an ALR certified methadone tapering program to it’s list of rehab services. We are currently accepting new clients. This program allows clients a medically supervised taper from methadose/methadone to complete abstinence in a safe, supportive and secure environment.

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Men’s Recovery Homes

An ALR certified residential supportive recovery program for men seeking real life transformations from addictive lifestyles. We have homes for early, first stage recovery through second stage, as well as support through the transition back to society.

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Women’s Recovery Homes

Hope for Freedom Society provides a safe and caring place for women hoping to treat addictions and/or abusive situations. Programs include healthy boundary-setting and gaining freedom from toxic shame. There are both group and one-on-one counseling sessions available as well as our co-ed Discovery Program.

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Outreach

Hope for Freedom Outreach and Advocacy (HFFOA) consists of a homelessness outreach team that meets people “where they are” to both prevent and address homelessness. Services include meeting basic needs like socks and showers, assistance to and from doctor appointments, mental health, addiction, and/or housing advocacy.

Outreach is available Monday through Friday or by appointment to support unsheltered or at-risk persons in the Tri-Cities. Housing subsidy assistance is available for short-term support to prevent housing loss or lower the threshold to housing. For more information or to access services, call (604) 830-1528 or email hffoa@hopeforfreedom.org

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Meal Program

Now overseen by CityReach Care Society, Hope for Freedom continues to partner on, and participate in, this valuable ministry that serves the homeless, the poor and the hungry in the Tri-Cities Community.

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Discovery Program

The Discovery Program is a unique personal development curriculum that leads participants through a journey that visits experiences in the past, evaluating current circumstances and making new choices for their future. It is intense, interactive and life-changing and challenges destructive habits and routines. In addition, the program also looks at exploring the variances in our personalities as well as ways in which we can appreciate our diversity and differences.

Often in addiction it is easier to love, forgive and accept others than it is to love, forgive and accept ourselves. The Discovery Program offers a safe place to take an honest look at the values, attitudes and beliefs that have developed over years while giving participants tools obtained through experiential activities.

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Contact us for more information

The best way to learn more about our programs is by giving us a call or sending us an email. Our lines are open 24/7.

Phone

(604) 380 3665

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