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Residential Program

House of Hope’s residential home provides hope, healing and restoration to hurting teen girls and their families through the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. Helping people heal their hearts and guide them to restoration has always been our goal. Residents will work through our 6 structured phases of healing and attend our on-site private Hope Academy.

House Of Piedmont

We provide:

  • 24-hour-a-day adult supervision in a loving, homestyle-like environment through six phases of healing
  • Our girls will receive weekly individual counseling, weekly group counseling,
  • Each girl’s family will also receive weekly individual counseling and weekly skill-building sessions with other family members through our GPS (Group Parenting Skill Building Sessions) program
  • Family counseling will be conducted as desired by the girl and family member, and as deemed appropriate by our counselor
  • Therapeutic activities, including art therapy, music therapy, creative writing, gardening, sewing, and mindful breathing / stretching
  • Weekly church attendance, as well as mid-week on campus devotions and worship by community pastors / worship teams
  • Daily bible time / devotion time


Hope Academy

All of our residents are enrolled in our on-site school, Hope Academy. It utilizes the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum as a non public school. The combination of a small group setting and an individualized educational plan provides students with the attention and academic encouragement needed to prepare them to be effective in their scholarly endeavors now and in the future.

  • Hopeacademy2Each teen attends Hope Academy, which is staffed with an experienced educator.
  • Each teen is given a diagnostic test to determine an appropriate placement level to create an individualized education plan.
  • Hope Academy will implement any 504 Plan or IEP that the resident may have in place before coming to House of Hope Piedmont.
  • Use of the ACE (Accelerated Christian Education) program; a biblically based curriculum and one that allows teens to learn at their own pace.
  • Teens spend approximately 30 hours per week engaged in educational activities. Many teens who had fallen behind in school are able to catch up on credits due to our year-round program and are often able to re-enter their former school at the correct grade level after they’ve completed our program.
  • Eligible teens at House of Hope receive high school diplomas at a formal commencement ceremony.

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