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P.O. Box 3597
Augusta, Georgia 30914

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Facility Highlights

Relapse Prevention Education

Peer-to-Peer Support

Education Assistance

Philosophy

Hope House is dedicated to helping individuals stop the vicious cycle of substance abuse and untreated mental illness. The goal of treatment at the residential rehab is to provide clients with the education and tools they’ll need to become self-sufficient and re-enter society. The hope is that clients will become strong, fulfilled individuals by learning how to manage their disorders and cope with life in healthy, constructive and sober ways.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Karen Saltzman
Executive Director

Mrs. Karen Saltzman joined Hope House, Inc. as the Executive Director in 2008 and since then has focused on capacity building and quality assurance. Hope House is a licensed treatment facility for women and children suffering from substance use disorder and untreated mental illness. Under Karen’s leadership, Hope House has collaborated with numerous local and state organizations to develop and provide supportive housing, as well as residential and outpatient substance use treatment services to families. Under her guidance in 2009, Hope House expanded services to include a 42 bed residential supportive housing campus and in 2012, began an intensive outpatient program serving an additional 20 families, concurrently. Mrs. Saltzman’s vision for Hope House, and substance use treatment in Georgia, is the expansion of services for families affected by mental illness and addictive disease and the opportunity for those individuals to embrace recovery, transition back into the community, and become self-sufficient.

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Dr. Aishia Leverett
Clinical Director

Dr. Aishia Leverett is the Clinical Director of Hope House. Dr. Leverett has a Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University in Sarasota, Florida. She has a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University in Atlanta, Georgia. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of South Carolina in Aiken, South Carolina. Dr. Leverett is a National Certified Counselor and has worked in the field of psychology and counseling for the last 14 years. She has developed and implemented several programs, served on several boards and committees, as well as conducted several workshops and presentations. Dr. Leverett continues to exemplify leadership through her life as well as her teachings.

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4.0
Great
This is a great place. It's been a life saver literally. Our daughter has received great care here by people that are educated and willing to go the extra mile to help your loved one. My daughter is very lucky to have been accepted into the program. We couldn't be happier with her care. The children are well cared for here too.
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1.0
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Terrible
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2.7
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Good for a free, state ran rehabs. Mostly free and very low coast of living and food . The program changed when I was here and it was pretty disorganized. Employees are usually underpaid,rude not friendly ,and often very rude. I would say it\'s a waste of taxpayers dollars and they need to close Place down! Investigate where their money is going for each girl !
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If you need treatment, you won't get treated better at any other place...we not only care for you but for your children as they go through the addiction process with you.
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5.0
Excellent
Was able to visit my family member while he was receiving treatment.
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