A Bit About Us

Marion, like most other cities, is experiencing a surge in substance use issues and a lack of recovery homes. Hope House Marion is opening in March of 2020 and will provide sober living environments for both men and women. More importantly, they will provide Hope for those seeking recovery. Hope House Marion believes that providing people in recovery with safe, structured, and stable living environments is the key to making Marion a better community.

Hope House Marion was created by members of the recovery and faith community to provide safe, structured, and stable housing for men and women living with a substance use disorder.

This is an opportunity for you to help other people find Hope in recovery. Some of you are wondering how you can help those people who are struggling with a substance use disorder and this is your opportunity to be their hope. All of the money received will be used to pay for housing for men and women in Grant County. All funds will be used to sponsor rooms, pay salaries, and provide meals and recovery related programming at each Hope House.

“Hope House Marion is meeting the needs of those loved ones in our community who are living with a substance use disorder and who find themselves without a safe place to live,” said Shane Beal, co-founder of Hope House Marion.

"Housing insecurity is one of the leading contributors to substance use disorder and poverty. Hope House Marion intends to change that fact and we believe that we can provide not only safe housing but life change which will lead people to recovery and make Grant County a better and more healthy community."