Hope’s Door

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Hope’s Door is a peer-run program operated by the Recovery Empowerment Network. In this program, people who may be headed for a crisis can take a look at their circumstances, make a plan to stay safe and out of crisis, and learn ways to achieve whole-person wellness.

Through Hope’s Door, we promise that you will share in all decisions about your wellness. You will be treated with dignity at all times. Your knowledge about yourself will be respected and honored. You will learn to think about crisis in a new way. You will leave with a plan to change your life.

Hope’s Door is based on the principles or personal responsibility, shared risk, wholeness and wellness.

Other notable benefits exist. In particular, Hope’s Door can help accomplish things that case managers don’t have time to do, reduce the number of crisis calls, augment our Partners’ services by helping with the continuum of care, and help keep Members out of the hospital and/or reduce re-admittance.

Anyone can refer someone to Hope’s Door. Access our brochure for details or visit REN’s Central Empowerment Center at 212 E. Osborn Rd. Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85012 to learn more.

Hope’s Door is a good option for people who:

  • Are willing to learn how to stay safe on their own
  • Want to learn the skills necessary to get what they need
  • Believe they can learn to understand and prevent crisis

Hope’s Door is not a good option for people who:

  • Are looking for a change in medication
  • Are seeking specialized counseling
  • Need ongoing support from others to stay safe other than someone already in their lives
  • Are unwilling to take responsibility for what is happening to them and for getting better

Other notable benefits exist. In particular, Hope’s Door can help accomplish things that case managers don’t have time to do, reduce the number of crisis calls, augment our Partners’ services by helping with the continuum of care, and help keep Members out of the hospital and/or reduce re-admittance.

Anyone can refer someone to Hope’s Door. Access our brochure for details or visit REN’s Central Empowerment Center at 212 E. Osborn Rd. Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85012 to learn more.