Hope House, Inc. has received an award acknowledging the Anaheim drug treatment facility's 30 years in the field of substance abuse recovery.
The program was among three statewide to be honored with the 2010 County Alcohol and Drug Treatment /Recovery Award by the Program Administrators Association of California (CADPAAC).
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Hope House is a private, nonprofit, 56-bed residential treatment facility that serves homeless and low-income adults.
Its program relies on "evidence-based tools" to help its clients develop skills necessary for sobriety and successful reentry into the community.
The CADPAAC is dedicated to the reduction of individual and community problems in California related to the use of alcohol and drugs and the chronic disease of addiction.